In Brief: Morley hire/Gartmore US hires/Morgan Stanley Quilter hires/Corporate Governance Survey

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In Brief: Morley hire/Gartmore US hires/Morgan Stanley Quilter hires/Corporate Governance Survey


Morley Fund Management has bolstered its fixed income team with the appointment of Caroline Brown as head of credit analysis reporting to Paul Mingay, the UK investment house's head of credit. She joins Morley after just over a year at Credit Suisse Asset Management, which she joined as head of European credit research from Goldman Sachs in September 2002.Gartmore boosts US equities team

Gartmore, the fund management firm, has boosted its US equities business with the appointment of Gary Haubold, Bill Gerlach and Chuck Purcell. Last month it appointed Gil Knight, a veteran with 33 years' experience, as a senior portfolio manager. Haubold joins from Edge Capital Management, a hedge fund, Gerlach and Purcell from MAS now owned by Morgan Stanley Asset Management. The hires join Gartmore's as 30-strong US equities team, which manages around $17.8bn ([euro]14bn) of assets. All report to Young Chin, global chief investment officer of equities.

Morgan Stanley Quilter hires Nash from Singer & Friedlander

Morgan Stanley Quilter, the private client investment arm of Morgan Stanley, has appointed Tom Nash as executive director, joining from Singer & Friedlander, to its Birmingham office in the UK. …

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