Mr Hall, who will be based in Edinburgh with the Nikko AM global equity team, makes the move from Cartesian Capital Partners where he was responsible for UK equity long and long/short funds.
In his new role, he will be a portfolio manager responsible for high conviction and benchmark-unconstrained global equity long-only portfolios.
Mr Hall is a chartered financial analyst and a chartered accountant with 17 years of experience.
William Low, Nikko Asset Management head of global equity, said, "The global equity team places significant emphasis on teamwork, its investment ethos and having clear shared values. In this regard we are excited to welcome Jeremy to the team.
"He has a long track record of undertaking research and picking stocks within high conviction equity portfolios. His investment style is highly aligned with the team’s focus on 'future quality' firms."
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