Fidante boutique appoints analyst

Fidante boutique appoints analyst

Boutique fund manager Lennox Capital has appointed a new analyst to its recently launched small cap fund.


Olivia Bible will join Lennox Capital, one of Fidante Partners' boutique fund managers, as an analyst on the small companies fund.

Ms Bible, who has five years of experience in finance and equity research, joins Lennox from Moelis & Company where she was a lead analyst in the equities research team.

Before her time at Moelis & Company, she held analyst roles at companies including JP Morgan and Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

Ms Bible will work closely with Lennox founders and portfolio managers James Dougherty and Liam Donohue.

Mr Dougherty said, "We are delighted to welcome Olivia to the team. She brings an in-depth understanding of the small cap sector and her strong analytical and research skills make her a valuable addition to our team."

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