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MFS makes portfolio management appointments for several closed end funds

Mon, 03/12/2012 - 06:08

MFS Investment Management has made portfolio management additions to several closed end funds, effective 1 December 2012.

The funds are: MFS Charter Income Trust (MCR), MFS Government Markets Income Trust (MGF), MFS InterMarket Income Trust I (CMK), MFS Intermediate Income Trust (MIN), MFS Multimarket Income Trust (MMT), and MFS Special Value Trust (MFV).

The following portfolio managers are joining the management teams of the indicated funds in order to support each fund's investment process. The funds will maintain their respective investment objectives and strategies.

Ward Brown joined MFS in 2005 and is a portfolio manager of global and emerging markets debt portfolios with 16 years of experience. Brown will join the portfolio management teams on MCR, MFV, MGF, MIN and MMT.

Joshua Marston joined MFS in 1999 and is co-director fixed income and a portfolio manager with 19 years of experience. Marston will join the portfolio management team on MCR.

Robert Persons joined MFS in 2000 and is a portfolio manager of investment grade bond portfolios with 25 years of experience. Persons will join the portfolio management team on MGF.

Matthew Ryan joined MFS in 1997 and is a portfolio manager of global and emerging markets debt portfolios with 25 years of experience. Ryan will join the portfolio management teams on MFV, MGF and MIN.

Erik Weisman joined MFS in 2002 and is a portfolio manager of global and emerging markets debt portfolios with 14 years of experience. Weisman will join the portfolio management teams on CMK, MCR and MMT.


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