David Cull no longer serves as comanager of Harbor International and has left Marathon Asset Management, effective June 29. The moves comes just six months after manager Michael Godfrey transitioned off the fund to work on other Marathon strategies, though he too is no longer employed by the firm. Cull and Godfrey both covered emerging markets for the (then) eight-member portfolio management team, which is divided up by region of coverage.
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