Ralton Asset Management hires new manager

Ralton Asset Management has appointed Gordon Ramsay to its investment team as a senior investment manager.

Ramsay, who has over 25 years of Australian equities experience, previously held a number of senior management roles with FAR, UBS Investment Bank and Solomon Smith Barney (Citigroup) where he was responsible for analysing stocks in key sectors which included energy, resources and utilities.

Ralton is an Australian equity separately managed account provider which was acquired by Copia Investment Partners in 2012.

Ramsay would join an investment team which currently includes Andrew Stanley, Will Riggall, Olga Kosciuczyk and Shannon Lambert.




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