JP Morgan Claverhouse manager William Meadon to leave JPMAM after 28 years

In August 2024

Cristian Angeloni
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Fund manager William Meadon is set to depart from JP Morgan Asset Management in August after nearly three decades at the firm.

In a stock exchange notice on Monday (24 June), the board of JPMorgan Claverhouse investment trust (JCH), which Meadon has managed for the last 12 years, said it had been notified of the imminent departure. Before his nearly three-decade stint at JPMAM, Meadon was head of UK specialist pension funds at Newton Investment Management and manager of the Schroder Income fund. He has 42 years' experience in the investment industry. TSMC and Infosys most frequent top ten holdings across JP Morgan AM trust stable Callum Abbot, who has been co-manager of JCH for the last six years, will rem...

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