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Latest News  11/05/2017

Cornelian Expand Investment Team

Cornelian Asset Managers, the Edinburgh based boutique investment house has expanded its Investment Team with the appointments of Ewan Millar and David Whytock.

Ewan Millar joins Cornelian as a Senior Investment Manager from Kempen Capital Management where he helped manage both European and global small cap direct equity portfolios.  Ewan will support investment decision making across both UK equities and funds and will also contribute to asset allocation decisions for all client portfolios as well as the successful risk managed fund ranges. 

David Whytock joins Cornelian as an Investment Analyst from Baillie Gifford where he worked on the Multi-Asset desk.  At Cornelian, he will assist with the analysis of stocks and funds and provide back-up dealing support for Cornelian’s Head of Dealing, Richard Alexander. 

Hector Kilpatrick, CIO at Cornelian comments “Cornelian’s assets under management have grown significantly since the launch of our Risk-Managed fund range in 2010 and we now manage some £1.1billion on behalf of our clients.  In keeping with this growth, I am delighted to announce the broadening of our investment team and welcome Ewan and David to Cornelian.”

To find out more about any members of the Cornelian team, see our website www.cornelianam.com

 

Hector Kilpatrick
Chief Investment Officer

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