Meet the Investment Influencers: EFG AM's Andrew Harradine

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In this week's Investment Influencers video interview, profiling the most respected individuals who select funds, decide ratings or otherwise influence the allocation of investor fund flows, we chat to Andrew Harradine of EFG AM.

Now head of mutual fund research at the firm, Harradine joined EFG Asset Management (EFG AM) in December 2010 as head of long-only funds selection. Prior to this, Harradine spent 14 years at Russell investments as head of European research, focusing on manager research. During his tenure there, he led the European equity manager research team and was responsible for manager selection supporting €3bn (£2.62bn) of multi-manager funds. Harradine, who earned a BComm at the University of Edinburgh and holds the ASIP investment qualification, also worked closely with large pension funds pro...

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