Fulcrum Asset Management Taps Jewkes As Global Financial Institutions Director

Mar 14 2017 | 12:19am ET

Global multi-asset manager Fulcrum Asset Management has hired former Schroders executive Charles Jewkes as global financial institutions director.

The position is new, according to the company. In his new role, Jewkes will be responsible for global relationships with insurers and banks within the investor relations team. He will report to Fulcrum CEO Andrew Stevens.

Prior to joining Fulcrum, Jewkes was relationship director with the global insurance asset management team at financial services giant Schroders, which he joined in 2007 as a business development executive on the global financial institutions team. He is a CFA charter holder.

“Since 2004 we have built a strong track record in managing multi-asset solutions, and I look forward to welcoming [Charles] as we grow our presence with global financial institutions,” said Stevens in a statement. 

London-based Fulcrum was founded in 2004 by Stevens and Gavyn Davies, who were former Goldman Sachs partners. The £5 billion manager has more than sixty employees, more than half of which is dedicated to research and risk management. Strategies employed by Fulcrum include both absolute and relative return strategies across all of the major liquid asset classes globally.


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