Invesco’s Rubinstein retires from fund management

Invesco Perpetual’s Liesbeth Rubinstein has left Invesco Perpetual after deciding to retire from fund management.

Ms Rubinstein, who joined the company in 2007, ran the group’s £32.2m Emerging European fund which has now been handed to Nicholas Mason.

She left the group on November 1.

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Ms Rubinstein began her investment career at Fidelity Investments in 1993 within their UK institutional funds team. She moved to JPMorgan Asset Management in 1995 as an equity analyst, taking on fund management responsibilities in 2000, specialising in the emerging markets of Latin America and the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.

She joined Schroder Investment Management as head of EMEA equities in 2005, and was responsible for managing dedicated regional portfolios.