Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) has confirmed the members of its revamped global equities team who will be staying following its overhaul.
The asset manager announced it was shutting down some of its regional investment desks and culling 23 investment roles in April this year, as part of a major reorganisation of its £54bn equities business.
Under the leadership of Will Low, head of global equities, the fund managers included in the team are:
Missing from the list are managers include Mike McNaught-Davis (pictured), the current head of international equities.
Other missing managers include Chris Fontela and David Keir, managers of the £66m UK Equity Income fund, Michelle Wu, who jointly manages the £201m Emerging Markets fund, Nick Duncan and Stephen Hall, managers of the £6m Japanese fund, Kathleen Dewandeleer, manager of the £55m European fund, and Michael Wasserman, manager of the £13m Financial fund.
The departure of head of UK equities Peter Cockburn was confirmed last month.
However, SWIP said it is working to find roles for managers not on the list. "We are working closely with those equities colleagues not included in the new team structure to ensure all options are explored, including redeployment elsewhere in SWIP or the wider Lloyds Banking Group," said a SWIP spokesperson.
SWIP added some funds will also be shifting from an active approach to a quant-based "enhanced passive" management style.
The overhaul is in response to an increasing divide between equity investors seeking high-alpha solutions and those preferring a lower-risk strategy, the group said.
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