Unicorn Asset Management has appointed assistant fund managers for two of its UK Equity funds, working alongside Fraser Mackersie and Chris Hutchinson.
Alex Game will work alongside Mackersie on the £48m UK Growth fund while Max Ormiston will work on the £45m Outstanding British Companies fund with Hutchinson (pictured).
The pair have both already been working on the investment team at Unicorn since 2014.
Prior to joining Unicorn, Game worked for two years at Stanhope Capital while Ormiston joined from four years at Brewin Dolphin.
They will also continue in their current roles working with Hutchinson on the firm's AIM Inheritance Tax Portfolio Service.
The UK Growth fund has returned 30.1% over one year to 26 January, according to FE, versus returns by the IA UK All Companies sector of 13.3%, while Hutchison's fund has returned 11.2% against the same benchmark and time period.
Hutchinson, director and senior fund manager at Unicorn, said: "Unicorn has a successful track record of nurturing and developing home grown talent. The promotion of Alex and Max is in recognition of their meaningful contribution to the success of Unicorn over the past four years."
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