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Carmignac announces the appointment of Mark Denham as the head of European Equities.....

Carmignac today announced that Mark Denham will be heading its European Equities team as of October 2016. Based in London, Mark will be responsible for managing the Carmignac Grande Europe and Carmignac Euro-Patrimoine funds, which totalled €418 million under management as of 31/05/2016. Mark will be using an investment approach that combines fundamental and qualitative analysis with an overall wealth planning focus. This long-term orientation is entirely in line with Carmignac’s investment culture.  

Before joining Carmignac, Mark worked for thirteen years at Aviva Investors in London, where he was in charge of pan-European equities. He managed €5 billion in mandates since 2004 and in open-end funds since 2012. Low portfolio turnover and good control of volatility are the hallmarks of his investment style. Prior to that, he was a European equities fund manager at Insight Investment and at National Mutual Life.

Edouard Carmignac, the founder and Chairman of Carmignac, stated, “Our aim is to achieve robust, steady performance, based on a culture of long-term outcome orientated investing. This is at the essence of our Patrimoine investment approach. Mark understands this focus and his experience, track record and investment style make him the ideal leader to drive that ambition forward”

Mark said, “I’m delighted to be joining Carmignac. Their culture and management style fit perfectly with my view of the profession.”

Mark Denham, 50, will be joining Carmignac in October 2016. Mark graduated from Cambridge with a degree in Natural Sciences as well as a post graduate certificate in Advanced Mathematics. He also holds Investment Management and Fellow of Institute of Actuaries qualifications. Before joining Carmignac, Mark worked for thirteen years at Aviva Investors in London, where he was in charge of pan-European equities. Prior to that, he was a European equities fund manager at Insight Investment and at National Mutual Life.  

Source: AdvisorWorld.co.uk

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