Lee Gardhouse departs Hargreaves Lansdown after 28 years

Co-manager of HL Growth fund

Valeria Martinez
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Hargreaves Lansdown’s chief investment officer Lee Gardhouse is set to leave the firm after 28 years.

A spokesperson for Hargreaves Lansdown confirmed to Investment Week that Gardhouse is leaving to "pursue new challenges". He will be departing from the business at the end of June to ensure a "smooth" handover.  Gardhouse joined the firm's investment department in 1995 and became investment director in 2006, assuming overall responsibility for the Multi-Manager funds and Portfolio Management Service.  Hargreaves Lansdown taps Brown Shipley's investment chief for CIO role He currently co-manages the £548.3m HL Growth fund alongside Ellen Powley. He previously ran a raft of Multi-Man...

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