KOREA - Fidelity Investments has appointed Anthony Gaughan as its new general manager for Korea.
The appointment will see Gaughan leave his current responsibilities as head of Fidelity International Consulting, based in London.
In his new role, he will manage and develop Fidelity’s first foray into the Korean market.
Gaughan joined Fidelity Investments International in 1999. As head of consulting he led engagements in several areas of the firm’s business, including the US, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Europe.
Gaughan’s career includes periods at venture capitalist firm 3i, and British Airways.
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