Fundscape hires Aviva man for editorial director role

Creates northern office

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Bella Caridade-Ferreira: "Not only does Gavin have unparalleled knowledge of, and expertise in, investments and platforms, he is a data junkie who can write too. That is an exceptionally rare find.”
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Bella Caridade-Ferreira: "Not only does Gavin have unparalleled knowledge of, and expertise in, investments and platforms, he is a data junkie who can write too. That is an exceptionally rare find.”

Research house Fundscape has appointed Gavin Fielding to the role of editorial director, hiring him from Aviva where he was investment research manager for the insurer's Strategic Partnership division.

Fielding, who spent 27 years at Aviva developing, researching and writing about investments, will continue to be based in York - in effect, creating a northern office for Fundscape. The firm's CEO Bella...

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