UK - Allianz Dresdner Asset Management has promoted Mark Lovett as head of UK and European equities in London.
Lovett’s role will cover both retail and institutional clients. He reports to Neil Dwane, chief investment officer Europe.
Lovett, who joined Allianz Dresdner in February 2002 as UK and European equity portfolio manager, has over 15 years fund management experience. Previously. he worked at Deutsche Asset Management where he was a member of the UK and pan-European institutional equity team.
Lovett, currently manages the Allianz Dresdner UK Equity Fund and Allianz Dresdner European fund. He is also manager of the Charter Pan European investment trust and is the UK portfolio manager for the Brunner investment trust.
Commenting on the appointment, Neil Dwane, said: The success of Allianz Dresdner's UK equity products will be a key focus for us in 2003 and I am confident with Mark at the helm we shall have a successful year.
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