Shareholders of the closed-end Central European Value Fund can expect to see major changes over the next few months.

Clemente Capital of New York, which manages $700 million in assets in mutual funds and separate accounts, has been appointed as the fund's new adviser and began managing the six-year-old fund April 1. The fund will also have a broader investment mandate, its second major change in investment focus in two years.

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