Ex BlackRock GEM co-head joins Mirabaud

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Mirabaud Asset Management has hired Daniel Tubbs, former co-head of BlackRock's global emerging markets team, to run an emerging markets equity fund.

Tubbs will manage the Luxembourg-domiciled fund from London, assisted by three other members of Mirabaud's equity team. Previously responsible for BlackRock's $1.2bn Global Emerging Markets fund as well as acting as co-manager on the £181m Emerging Markets OEIC, Tubbs spent four years at BlackRock after joining from WestLB Asset Management in 2008. "Managing an investment fund requires the same qualities as a business owner: complete knowledge of your field, knowing your strengths and weaknesses while also being able to balance them out in order to improve your performance. "It is ...

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