UK - Charlie Metcalfe has been appointed CEO to First State Investments (UK), the international operation of Colonial First State Global Asset Management.
Metcalfe, who was previously deputy chief executive for Hermes Investment Management, will report to Warwick Negus, chief executive officer of Colonial First State Global Asset Management.
Colonial First State Global Asset Management is the asset management business of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and - with over £49bn in assets under management - is Australia's largest fund manager.
First State Investments has responsibility for the group's focus across Europe and North America. Its core business areas include Asia Pacific and global emerging markets equities, property securities, infrastructure and global resources investment.
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