Charles Stanley research co-head Bevan exits amid restructure

Follows departure of Stephen Peters

Anna Fedorova
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Charles Stanley research co-head Bevan exits amid restructure

Shauna Bevan, co-head of open-ended fund research at Charles Stanley, has left the business after over a decade, along with two colleagues, as the firm restructures its investment division.

Bevan (pictured) had been at Charles Stanley since 2003 and was also co-manager of the IM Matterley International Growth Portfolio, a fund of funds. The reorganisation also saw the departure of Stephen...

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