Investment team named for merged Pengana/Hunter Hall

Hunter Hall Pengana global equities chief investment officer

7 June 2017
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The merged Pengana Capital Group and Hunter Hall have named the key members of its investment team to run the Hunter Hall Value Growth Trust and the Hunter Hall Global Equities Trust.

The entity said the products would be managed by a combined Pengana and Hunter Hall team of six led by Jordan Cvetanovski as chief investment officer (CIO) and portfolio manager and Steven Glass as head of research and portfolio manager.

It said Cvetanovski is a highly regarded international equities fund manager with extensive experience acquired in Europe and Australia who, prior to joining Pengana was a partner at Carmignac Gestion (a Paris-based fund manager with in excess of EUR50 billion in funds under management).

It said Glass is a proven international investor with considerable experience in managing international investments from Australia who started his international investment career at Platinum Asset Management and prior to joining Pengana spent seven years working as a portfolio manager at Hunter Hall.

It said the team would also include James McDonald (portfolio manager) who was Hunter Hall’s acting CIO and Ryan Fisher who recently joined Pengana from Goldman Sachs, where he was managing director within the global investment research division and a highly-rated sell-side analyst specialising in financials.

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