UK - Schroders have appointed Allan Conway (pictured) as head of emerging markets equities.
Conway joins from WestLB Asset Management (UK) Ltd where he was head of global emerging markets and chief executive officer of WestAM (UK) Ltd.
In his new role, Conway will have overall responsibility for emerging markets equity products supported by a team of 9 fund managers and economists and 15 emerging markets equity analysts. He will report to Ken Lambden, global head of equities.
“We are very excited by the addition of Allan to our team. He has a strong track record of delivering performance from a clear research based process and will be an excellent fit within Schroders’ philosophy.”
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