To replace outgoing Jamie Carter
Pavry leaving in November
Will continue to run Melchior Global Conservative fund
Part of longer-term growth strategy
Credit absolute return range
Joined group in July
Joining as a partner
Head of global equities to take over
Dalton Strategic Partnership's partner and multi-asset fund manager Luca Vaiani has left the firm by mutual consent.
Dexion Capital's Magnus Spence is preparing to launch an alternative UCITS platform, with its first offering managed by a former member of the MPC.
Former Dalton Strategic Partnership co-founder Magnus Spence has joined Dexion Capital as head of asset management.
Magnus Spence, founder and CEO of Dalton Strategic Partnership (DSP), has left the firm after 12 years.
Dalton Strategic Partnership has extended its Tokyo-based Japanese equities team after hiring Fumio Matsumoto from Japanese asset manager T&D Asset Management.
Dalton Strategic Partnership has appointed former GLG fund manager Mark Greenhoff as senior analyst on the Melchior European equity team.
Dalton Strategic Partnership has cut the annual management fee on its Melchior Global Equity fund in a bid to offer retail investors alpha for the cost of a passive fund.
Multi-asset managers have revealed their strategies as tensions mount in Syria and policy issues resurface in the US.
Dalton Strategic Partnership's Luca Vaiani has been forced to increase cash to over 30% in his multi-asset fund as most assets in the portfolio posted negative returns in June.
Luca Vaiani is set to overhaul the investment strategy on Dalton Strategic Partnership's Melchior Global Multi-Asset fund shortly after joining the firm.
Investment boutique Dalton Strategic Partners has expanded its multi-asset team with the appointment of a new manager.
Nabeel Mughal and Peter Kaye (pictured), co-managers of the £98m Melchior North American Opportunities fund, name their five most lucrative investments over the past five years.
The pace of new housing starts in the US has accelerated to its fastest rate in three years, providing a bright spot for US investors unsettled by weakening macro data.
Boutique Dalton Strategic Partnership(DSP) has closed its £1.2m Melchior Japan Opportunities and £3.9m Melchior UK Opportunities funds to streamline its range.
A growing focus on short-term fund performance combined with shorter market cycles is prompting professional investors to protect themselves by raising cash positions.
Senior executives of Dalton Strategic Partnership (DSP) are set to purchase equity in the firm following the death of founder Andrew Dalton in April last year.