Fidelity International's Sotiris Boutsis retires after 21 years

Fidelity Funds Global Financial Services

Eve Maddock-Jones
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Longstanding manager Sotiris Boutsis has retired from Fidelity International after 21 years at the firm.

Boutsis oversaw the £1.3bn Fidelity Funds Global Financial Services fund from 2010 after joining the firm as an equity analyst in 2002. He joined the Pan-European financials analyst team in 2006, where he stayed until his promotion to fund manager. Former Fidelity International UK retail boss Gary Shaughnessy awarded CBE The portfolio was officially taken over by Mac Elatab and Lee Sotos on 1 August, with Elatab listed as the lead manager. Both have worked with Boutsis for several years on the portfolio, and began their careers at Fidelity as analysts. A spokesperson for Fidelit...

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