Amundi strengthens its equity management with the recruitment of a Head of Global Equity

In line with its ambitions to further develop its equity investment strategies, Amundi has recruited Nicholas Melhuish as Head of Global Equity who will be based in its London Branch.

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Nicholas’s mandate will be to develop Amundi’s global equity management expertise leveraging both the current investment strategies and driving innovation.

Romain Boscher, Global Head of Equity at Amundi comments, “We are very pleased to welcome Nick Melhuish aboard. Using his wide experience in the asset management business, he will take the leadership in the global equity field with regard to both developing Amundi’s current range of strategies and driving initiatives in innovative solutions.”

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Nicholas Melhuish joins Amundi as Head of Global Equities, with the responsibility of developing the equity management capability. Nicholas was previously at UBS Global Asset Management (2007-2012) where he was Head of Global Equities. Prior to that, he was Lead Portfolio Manager responsible for global equity strategies with Nicholas-Applegate Capital Management (2003-2007) in San Diego, California and London. Previously he was a Senior Portfolio Manager at Putnam Investments in Boston (1999-2003) and a member of the International Core Equity team. Nick began his career at Schroder Investment Management (1991-1999) where he was an Analyst and small cap portfolio manager.

Born in 1969, Nicholas holds a BA (Hons) Degree in Modern History from New College Oxford, England.

He is a member of the CFA Institute and the CFA Society of the UK.

Next Finance , July 2013

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