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Rudd joins SLI multi-asset investments team


Standard Life Investments, the global fund manager, has appointed Adam Rudd as an investment director within the multi asset investment (MAI) team.

Rudd, who previously worked for JP Morgan in New York, will be part of a 25 strong team providing analysis, investment recommendations, implementation strategies and management for our range of MAI funds.

He will report directly to Guy Stern, head of multi-asset fund management at Standard Life Investments.

Euan Munro, head of multi-asset investing and fixed income, Standard Life, says: “We constantly strive to provide clients with the best possible investment solutions and that means having the right people in place to help understand and meet investor’s needs and expectations. Adam’s skills as a quantitatively oriented derivatives specialist will add to the already impressive range of knowledge and experience within the MAI team.”
 

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