McKenzie calls time on Saracen career to join Amati Global Investors

Seven-year stint comes to an end

Mike Sheen
Scott McKenzie of Amati Global Investors

Scott McKenzie of Amati Global Investors

Head of research at Saracen Fund Managers and manager of the TB Saracen UK Alpha and UK Income funds, Scott McKenzie, has left the firm after nearly seven years to join Amati Global Investors.

McKenzie, whose career in UK equities spans more than 20 years, joins CEO Paul Jourdan, David Stevenson, Anna Macdonald and Dr Gareth Blades on Amati's investment team and will work across the TB Amati UK Smaller Companies Fund, Amati AIM VCT and the Amati AIM IHT Portfolio Service. McKenzie joined Saracen in 2014 after a five-year break from the industry, having previously managed Martin Currie's UK Equity Income fund. Also managed by David Clark, TB Saracen UK Alpha has returned 75%, 29.9% and 62.8% over one, three and five years respectively, according to FE fundinfo. Peers in the ...

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