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Arnhem IM adds to investment team

Arnhem IM adds to investment team

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Arnhem Investment Management has built out its investment team, announcing the appointment of a new analyst.

Gino Rossi will join Arnhem Investment Management as an investment analyst, covering the healthcare sector.

Arnhem managing partner George Clapham said: “With his vast knowledge and direct healthcare industry experience, gained most recently at Primary Health Care, we are confident that Gino will make a strong contribution to Arnhem's long-term equity outperformance.”

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Mr Rossi has also held previous roles with Citi Investment Research, Renaissance Asset Management and Credit Suisse.

Arnhem has also named Natalie Kulakoff as a senior business development manager.

“We are very excited to have Natalie join our distribution team, bringing her strong relationship management and communication skills, particularly in the middle market and with charitable trusts and foundations to further enhance our client engagement at the institutional level,” Mr Clapham said.

Ms Kulakoff has more than 10 years’ experience, having previously worked for Macquarie Investment Management.

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