Tuesday, 23 September 2014
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Peter Davies has joined UK pension adviser AllenbridgeEpic Investment Advisers.
Davies, with over 30 years' investment management experience, has worked as an independent consultant since 2006, undertaking a variety of client projects including equity, fixed income and real estate manager selection. He is a member of the investment sub-group of the Action for Children charity and acts as a private adviser to two Local Government Pension Schemes, those of the Oxfordshire County Council and the London Borough of Brent.
Prior to that, he was an investment consultant at Cambridge Associates in London, and before that he was with the investment arm of AXA Equity & Law, managing Japanese, Pacific Basin and European equity funds.
Said Anthony Yadgaroff, chairman of AllenbridgeEpic, in a statement:
“We are delighted that Peter has joined us as a senior adviser. The two LGPS clients that he brings with him further enhance the number of LGPS clients that AllenbridgeEpic advises. Furthermore, Peter’s experience as a former fund manager, his private equity expertise, and his investment consultancy experience with charities will make him an extremely valuable member of the team.”
Established in 2002, AllenbridgeEpic is a subsidiary of Allenbridge Investment Solutions with assets under advisement of over £44 billion.
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