UK - Ed Britton has left Baring Asset Management, where he was director of fixed income and currencies, to join Watson Wyatt as a senior investment consultant.
Prior to his role at BAM, Britton was a portfolio manager at Newton Investment Management and an investment leader for sterling bonds and fixed income.
Britton will start at Watson Wyatt in early February. A spokeswoman for BAM said the company was in the process of finding a replacement.
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