Fidelity bolsters solutions & multi-asset team with Courtiers hire

Caroline Shaw joins team

Pedro Gonçalves
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Fidelity International has strengthened its Solutions & Multi Asset team with the appointment of Caroline Shaw, who will focus on sustainable and thematic investment.

Shaw has over 20 years of industry experience and joins from Courtiers Asset Management. Her previous role was head of asset management, which involved working with fund managers and analysts to help manage around £875m across multi-asset and equity income investment strategies. Shaw holds a Masters degree in engineering and started her working career as a civil engineer before moving to the investment management sector. She will join Fidelity International in September and will be based in the London office, working across the solutions & multi-asset's global team of 37 investment pr...

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