RWC's Nick Clay regains management of Quilter Investors Global Equity Value

Previously managed the fund for seven years

Mike Sheen
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Quilter Investors has appointed RWC Asset Management to manage its Global Equity Value fund, with Nick Clay and his team retaking leadership of the vehicle he once managed on behalf of BNY Mellon Investment Management.

Clay managed the fund until April 2020 during his time with BNY Mellon boutique Newton Investment Management, which has been responsible for the vehicle's management since 2013. Quilter Investors said the change means that investors "will once again benefit from the expertise offered by [Clay] and the team". The fund will follow the same investment philosophy implemented by the RWC Global Income fund, and will see Andrew MacKirdy serve as co-portfolio manager, supported by analysts Robert Canepa-Anson and Colin Rutter. RWC will seek to invest in companies trading at attractive valu...

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