Fidelity International appoints co-CIO to lead equities division

Niamh Brodie-Machura joins

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Fidelity International has split its chief investment officer role with the appointment of Niamh Brodie-Machura as co-CIO for equities.

While Brodie-Machura runs the equities side of the business, co-CIO Andrew McCaffery oversees fixed income, multi-asset and private assets.  The asset manager said the CIO role was split to provide additional "dedicated" senior leadership to the equities division and strengthen the firm in its next growth and diversification phase. Fidelity International replaces Anne Richards with platform boss as president Brodie-Machura joins from the US business Fidelity Investments, where she worked for over 12 years and held various senior roles, including managing director of equity research...

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