Aubrey Capital Management has appointed Andrew Ward as its Chief Operating Officer and Chief Compliance Officer.
Andrew worked at First State Investments for over six years, initially as part of the EMEA Distribution team before being promoted to Head of the Stewart Investors Institutional Client Team (a separate division of the firm). His final appointment at the firm was to Chief of Staff, where he worked with the CEO across all aspects of the business including strategy, planning, coordination and communications.
From 1992 to 2012, Andrew served as an Officer in the British Army and saw active service in locations around the globe, interspersed with policy and planning roles in the Ministry of Defence and the Army’s Headquarters.
Andrew is a graduate of Manchester Metropolitan University where he obtained a degree in Mechanical Engineering and Cranfield University where he obtained a master’s degree in Defence Technology. He also holds the CFA UK Level 4 Certificate in Investment Management.
Aubrey’s Chief Investment Officer, Andrew Dalrymple said, “I am thrilled to welcome Andrew to Aubrey at what is an exciting time for the firm. As we continue to grow, I have no doubt that Andrew’s experience will help to significantly strengthen our offering.”
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About Aubrey Capital Management Website: https://www.aubreycm.co.uk Aubrey Capital Management Ltd is a specialist investment manager with a focus on global conviction funds. Founded in 2006 and incorporated in Edinburgh, Scotland, Aubrey is a privately held company with all its shareholders actively involved in managing the business. The Aubrey team has collective investment experience of over 120 years in the UK, USA, Europe, Asia and Emerging Markets, and an impressive track record of managing similar global funds in the past.
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