Nikko Asset Management Names Hall To Global Equities Team

Aug 10 2017 | 9:45pm ET

Nikko Asset Management has named former Cartesian Capital executive Jeremy Hall as investment director – global equity as the firm adds depth to its equity team. 

In his new role, Hall will be a portfolio manager within the Nikko AM Global Equity team based in Edinburgh, Scotland. He specializes in high-conviction and unconstrained long-only equity portfolios, according to Pensions & Investments. 

Hall brings 17 years of experience to his new position, the company said in a statement. Prior to joining Nikko, he was a partner and investment manager at Cartesian Capital Partners, where he was responsible for both UK equity long and long-short funds. Beforehand, he held stints at Teather & Greenwood, SVM Asset Management and Abbey National, and started his career as a senior accountant at Ernst & Young. He is both a Chartered Financial Analyst and Chartered Accountant. 

Nikko Asset Management’s Global Equity team of six managers runs manages high conviction and benchmark-unconstrained global equity long-only portfolios out of the Edinburgh location.  The Tokyo-based company manages some $182 billion across a wide range of equity, credit, multi-asset and alternative strategies.

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