Didier Saint-Georges to depart Carmignac after 14 years

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Carmignac has announced that Didier Saint-Georges, a "pillar" of the organisation, is due to retire on 1 October. Saint-Georges, who is managing director and member of the strategic investment committee at Carmignac, has spent 14 years at the French asset management firm, having joined in 2007. Edouard Carmignac, chairman and chief investment officer of Carmignac, which he founded in 1989, said: "After 14 years with us, Didier Saint-Georges has announced internally that he intends to retire on the 1 October 2021.  "Over these years, Didier has been a pillar of our organisation, ens...

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