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Franklin Resources Inc (BEN.N)

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Fri, Aug 3 2018

MOVES-Fiduciary Trust Co appoints new senior portfolio manager

Aug 3 Asset manager Fiduciary Trust Co International, a unit of Franklin Templeton Investments, on Friday appointed Edgardo Gonzalez as a managing director and senior portfolio manager at its office in Coral Gables, Florida.

MOVES-Franklin Templeton hires Walsh as portfolio manager at multi-asset solutions

July 2 Franklin Templeton Investments on Monday named Brendan Walsh as portfolio manager at its multi-asset solutions team to lead development of the firm's multi-asset capabilities in the United Kingdom.

MOVES-Franklin Templeton hires Jennifer Ockwell as head of UK Institutional

June 15 Franklin Templeton Investments said on Friday it has hired Jennifer Ockwell as head of UK Institutional, where she will be responsible for institutional sales and client service in the UK.

Franklin Templeton's Zahn says ECB rate rise unlikely before 2020

LONDON, June 5 Recent weak economic data and turbulence in Italy point towards an extension of the European Central Bank's stimulus scheme, with an interest rate hike unlikely before 2020, Franklin Templeton's head of European fixed income said on Tuesday.

BRIEF-Franklin Resources Announces Month-End Assets Under Management

* FRANKLIN RESOURCES, INC. ANNOUNCES MONTH-END ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT

BRIEF-Franklin Templeton Investments Canada Not To Proceed With Proposed Changes To Franklin Bissett Dividend Income Funds

* FRANKLIN TEMPLETON INVESTMENTS CANADA ANNOUNCES DECISION NOT TO PROCEED WITH PROPOSED CHANGES TO FRANKLIN BISSETT DIVIDEND INCOME FUNDS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Franklin Resources Reports Q2 Earnings Per Share $0.78

* Q2 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW $0.75 -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S

Malaysia should look beyond ringgit to draw Chinese to sukuk market - Franklin Templeton

KUALA LUMPUR, April 25 Malaysia's Islamic bond market could attract Chinese companies if there were more foreign currency-denominated issues, a chief investment officer at fund manager Franklin Templeton Investments said on Wednesday.

BRIEF-Franklin Resources Announces Addition To Stock Repurchase Program

* FRANKLIN RESOURCES, INC. ANNOUNCES ADDITION TO STOCK REPURCHASE PROGRAM

BRIEF-Franklin Resources Announces Month End Assets Under Management

* FRANKLIN RESOURCES INC ANNOUNCES MONTH-END ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT

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