SWIP undertakes global equities reshuffle after Martin Currie exodus


UK - Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) has combined its global developed and global emerging markets desks after six investment directors quit the firm for rival investment manager Martin Currie.

Andrew Ness, Jeff Casson, Divya Mathur and Mohammed Zaidi will join Martin Currie's global emerging markets team once they have worked their notice period. They will follow Kim Catechis and Alastai...

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