Fidelity International has named Alva Devoy as the company’s new managing director for Australia, assuming responsibility for its global investment strategies.
Alva Devoy is currently Fidelity International’s investment director and, according to Fidelity managing director of Asia-Pacific Mark Talbot, will continue to serve in this capacity in addition to her new role.
“Alva has a considerable understanding of the global and Australian investment markets and has made a significant contribution in structuring solutions to meet our clients’ objectives,” he said.
“With her solid track record in the industry, she has spent a substantial amount of time as investment director representing our firm’s extensive investment capabilities to our existing and prospective Australian clients.”
Prior to commencing with Fidelity, Ms Devoy worked across a number of leadership and research roles with companies such as CIMB Securities International Australia, RBS Australia, and KBC Asset Management.
“It’s a privilege to serve in this role and I look forward to working with our strong Australia management and investment teams to ensure that we continue to focus on the needs of our clients and actively support investors and institutions,” Ms Devoy said of her new appointment.
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