Multi-manager Kearney returns to fund management

Former Aberdeen manager takes charity role

Natalie Kenway
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Former Aberdeen multi-manager Aidan Kearney has returned to fund management as chief investment officer at The Health Foundation.

Kearney (pictured) has taken over a year off from the industry after exiting Aberdeen in July 2014. At the time, he ran the multi-manager range with Graham Duce but the funds were taken over by Mark Harries and Simon Wood following Aberdeen's takeover of SWIP. In his new role at the The Health Foundation, which he started last month, Kearney is responsible for investment decisions on the charity's endowment fund, which currently has around £900m in assets. The firm aims to improve the quality of the healthcare system but does not need to fundraise due to the size of the endowment, mos...

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