van Eyk’s three man asset consultancy group departs

van Eyk's asset consultant team have exited the company, with the circumstances of their departure undisclosed.

A spokesperson for the group confirmed the departure of head of asset consulting, Jonathan Ramsay, and asset consultants, Fil Andronaco and Jonathan Tolub, but did not comment further on the nature of their resignations.

Ramsay has held his role for around four years, while Andronaco has been with van Eyk for more than five years and Tolub, more than two.

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The departures come within a day of Australian Wealth Investments (AWI's) announcement that it would be closely monitoring van Eyk's handling of the temporary suspension of redemptions on four of its Blueprint funds.

van Eyk announced more than a fortnight ago that it would be suspending redemptions on the four funds due to an illiquid investment made by UK-based hedge fund.



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