Andrew Swan departs BlackRock to return to Australia

Replaced by Gordon Fraser and Stephen Andrews

David Brenchley
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Andrew Swan joined BlackRock in 2011
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Andrew Swan joined BlackRock in 2011

The head of BlackRock’s global emerging markets team Andrew Swan is leaving the firm to join a boutique investment management firm based in Australia.

Swan, who had been at BlackRock since 2011 and was based in Hong Kong, will be replaced by Gordon Fraser and Stephen Andrews, who will become co-heads of GEM equities, while Sam Vecht will become head...

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