4 October 2022
GQG Partners publishes on their website:
GQG Partners has appointed Harry Nolan to the newly created role of Director, Wholesale (UK), reporting to Director, Head of Wholesale (UK & Ireland) Daniel Lee and based in London.
Mr. Nolan joins GQG Partners from Tyndall Investment Management where he led the distribution of Tyndall’s funds business and had coverage for all UK client accounts. He began his career at Neptune Investment Management where he had a primary focus on the UK Wholesale market. He earned a Masters in International Relations from the University of St. Andrews.
Mr. Lee says Mr. Nolan’s appointment comes during a time of ongoing growth for GQG Partners in the UK.
“We are seeing very strong interest in our US Equity, Global Equity, and Emerging Markets funds in the UK, as investors recognise the benefits these investment opportunities may bring to their portfolios.”
“As the funds have continued to achieve strong relative returns for investors through the market volatility of recent months, we have continued to see ongoing investor interest and are expanding our operations throughout Europe. As a result, we are delighted to welcome Harry to the UK Wholesale team,” Mr. Lee says.
“Having worked with Harry before, I know that his strategic thinking, drive, and enthusiasm will be an ideal fit culturally within our firm. With his help we hope to continue to make strong progress with key fund selectors and increase our footprint throughout the UK market.”
Mr. Nolan added: “GQG Partners are an investment-led firm that attract clients looking for a differentiated approach to mainstream markets. I am very excited to help promote this established track record, as well as the future launch of new strategies throughout the UK.”
The appointment underscores the commitment GQG Partners has to the UK market to strengthen and develop the service and relationships they have with both existing and new investors.Source: GQG
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