Investment management company VanEck has announced that Brett Liddell has joined the firm’s investment team in a senior role.
Mr Liddell joined the company in 2012 as a part of its New York office, and has relocated to Australia to commence in his new role.
Prior to joining VanEck, Mr Liddell held roles with the Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs JBWere, and has experience working both in the US and the UK.
“We are delighted that Brett has joined the Australian business. We continue to grow our investment capabilities and expand our footprint in Australia,” said VanEck Australia director of investments Russel Chesler.
Mr Liddell said he was pleased with his new appointment.
“With the ETF industry going from strength to strength, I am excited to be part of VanEck Australia’s growth. The firm has established a range of proven investment solutions across a range of asset classes and market opportunities,” he said.
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