UK - Christopher Handley, a former fund manager with Henderson Global Investors, has joined State Street Global Advisors to its indexation team.
At Henderson’s, Handley was a passive fund manager responsible for managing £3bn of index funds. Before joining Henderson in 1998, he spent two years at Stephen Bronte Partners where he was a senior analyst for the Asian hedge fund.
At SSgA he will oversee UK and International equity portfolios and will report to Rick Lacaille, head of structured products.
Commenting on the appointment, Lacaille said: “This new appointment reflects our continued strength in index management.
“We have won several sizeable new index mandates this year and look forward to working with Christopher to ensure this continued success.”
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