Veritas Asset Management Adds To Team

Feb 20 2012 | 5:43am ET

Veritas Asset Management has appointed Ramesh Narayanaswamy as global industrials analyst. He reports to Andy Headley who co-manages the group’s three global products alongside Charles Richardson.

Narayanaswamy joins from Fidelity Investments where he spent five years as a global equity analyst, specifically covering global industries including construction materials, capital goods and utilities.
 
“Ramesh’s highly focused history looking at and analyzing industrials on a global scale has given him an impressive understanding of the sector. His appointment will allow us to broaden our analytical coverage in this key space,” said Headley.
 
The Veritas Global offering includes the Veritas Global Equity Income Fund, which has returned 88.12% since its launch in February 2005; the Veritas Global Focus Fund which has returned 126.58% since its launch in December 2003; and the Veritas Global Real Return Fund which has returned 13.54% since its launch in January 2010.
 
The firm has offices in London, Zurich and Hong Kong and has approximately £6 billion in assets under management. 


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