F&C and ISIS have unveiled the new management structure which will result from the merger of the two businesses.
Nine direct desk reports are being created, covering: pan-European equities, emerging equities, Pacific equites, Global/US equities, fixed interest, strategy, dealing, governance and socially responsible investment (GSRI) and AIM.
Tony Broccardo, chief invesment officer of F&C will become chief investment officer of the new company and each desk will have a management head with resonsibility for managing their respective teams and delivering performance, while Broccardo will take overall responsibilty for asset allocation.
Desk heads are:
There will also be a move to a pan-European equity team structure, instead of the separate UK and European desk structures currently operating in both F&C and ISIS.
Jeremy Tigue will also co-ordinate global sector teams comprising research-focused fund managers from across the regional desks. These teams will be able to provide managers with the bigger investment picture and gain insight from developments in other markets.IFAonline
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