North of South Capital Adds Senior Analyst

Sep 30 2013 | 10:09am ET

Davina Rich has joined London-based emerging markets specialist North of South Capital as senior analyst.

Rich was founding partner and portfolio manager of the global equity fund Stoneware Capital from 2006 to 2008. Prior to that she was a global equity portfolio manager at Deutsche Asset Management in London where she worked with NoS principal fund manager Matt Linsey.

In her new role with NoS, Rich will focus on bottom-up analysis and stock-picking.

North of South was founded in 2004 by Linsey, who had specialized in emerging markets at Deutsche Asset Management, Barings Asset Management and ING. The firm runs two GEM funds, a Cayman-registered long/short and a long-only UCITS fund co-branded with GAM.


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