AMP Capital has made three appointments to its new-look Australian equities team following the decision to exit "core" equities in October.
Two new portfolio managers and an analyst have been appointed to AMP Capital's Australian equities team following its revamp in October this year.
AMP Capital announced in October it would be exiting "core" benchmark-aware Australian equities, focusing instead on equity income, small caps and rules-based products.
As part of the restructure, AMP Capital has appointed Matthew Griffin from IFM Investors as a co-portfolio manager in the small caps team, working alongside co-portfolio manager Phillip Hudak.
Mr Griffin, who worked at Macquarie before his time at IFM Investors, will begin his new role at AMP Capital on 19 March 2018.
Former Rothschild & Co investment banking analyst Marco Correia has joined AMP Capital's equity income team.
Finally, Jason Davis as been appointed co-portfolio manager in the AMP systematic (rules-based) Australian equities team alongside co-portfolio manager Genevieve Murray.
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