Morley Fund Management has boosted its research team with the appointment of Tanya Clarke.
Clarke will be working in the corporate research team, as a global oils and chemicals analyst and will report to Donald Tosh, head of corporate research.
Prior to joining Morley, Clarke worked at Chase Asset Management as a quantitative analyst for the global portfolio group, before moving into global sector research covering energy and basic materials.
Her arrival follows the appointments of Richard Purkiss and Henry Astarajian as biotech analysts in March.
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