Ketan Patel departs EdenTree after two decades

Head of responsible investment retires

James Baxter-Derrington
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Fund manager Ketan Patel has left EdenTree Investment Management after twenty years with the firm, as head of responsible investment Neville White retires.

Manager of the EdenTree Responsible and Sustainable UK Equity fund, Patel joined the firm in October 2003, following a spell as lead analyst for global pharmaceuticals, healthcare and biotech at Insight Investment. He began his career on a graduate programme at JPMorgan Chase & Co, where he spent almost three years. Baillie Gifford and EdenTree funds lose Square Mile A rating Lead management of the equity fund was handed over to Greg Herbert, head of UK equities, effective 1 November 2023. EdenTree CIO Charlie Thomas said Patel left the firm "100% with our support". Responsib...

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