UK - Robert Stewart has been hired as a senior global fund manager at Newton Investment Management - the UK asset management subsidiary of Mellon Financial Management.
Stewart joins from Goldman Sachs Asset Management, where he was a Global Portfolio Manager.
Stewart spent his early career managing UK equities before moving to Japan in 1997. On his return to the UK in 1999 he was promoted to co-head of the European team before, in 2001 he became a global equity fund manager.
Stewart will join in early January 2003 reporting to Newton Investment Management chief investment officer Jeff Munroe.
Munroe said: “Stewart’s experience of regional and global asset management will be a great complement to the investment team.”
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