Jersey-based investment manager Ashburton has hired Tristan Hanson as manager of asset allocation and strategy.
Hanson joined Ashburton in December 2008, following seven years experience at JP Morgan Cazenove in London where he was global strategist from 1999 to 2006.
He completed a Masters degree in Public Administration in International Development from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government between his time at JP Morgan and Ashburton.
Hanson will be responsible for managing asset allocation and investment strategy research across Ashburton's multi-asset funds.
These include: the Euro Asset Management fund, Dollar Asset Management fund and the £217m Ashburton Sterling Asset Management fund as well as a range of risk profiled funds.
"Tristan has seven years experience as an economist and global strategist focused on generating thematic investment ideas, which is highly suited to the way we manage our funds," said Peter Bourne, managing director of Ashburton.
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