Wood named co-manager of Sarasin UK Thematic Smaller Companies fund

Colm Harney also promoted

Mike Sheen
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Sarasin & Partners has promoted AIM specialist Hugo Wood to co-fund manager of its UK Thematic Smaller Companies fund alongside Ben Elwes.

The promotion of Wood, who joined from Smith & Williamson in 2018, and has since served as an analyst and portfolio manager with Sarasin, comes in addition to that of Colm Harney. Senior associate partner Walker exits Sarasin after ten years Having joined Sarasin in 2018 from his role as global equities analyst and portfolio manager at the West Midlands Pension fund, Harney will also work alongside Elwes as deputy fund manager for Charities - Thematic UK Equity. Since Elwes' 2017 appointment, Sarasin UK Thematic Smaller Companies has returned 7.7% to 7 November, according to FE fun...

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