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Changes to Cambridge Global Asset Management Team

By Andrew Rickard | October 14 2014 07:12AM

CI Investments has made changes to the Cambridge Global Asset Management team.

Brandon Snow has been named co-chief investment officer, working alongside Alan Radlo. Previously, Mr. Snow was lead portfolio manager of the Cambridge Canadian Equity Corporate Class and the Cambridge Canadian Growth Companies Fund. He was also made co-manager of the Cambridge Canadian Asset Allocation Corporate Class in 2012.

Robert Swanson, CFA, has been named chief market strategist. CI Investments says the change was made "to better reflect his role in providing guidance on macro-economic trends and market and asset allocation strategies to the team". Swanson is lead portfolio manager of the Cambridge High Income and Cambridge Global Dividend funds as well as co-manager of the Cambridge Canadian Asset Allocation Corporate Class and Cambridge U.S. Dividend funds.

Greg Dean, CFA, has been promoted to the position of principal and portfolio manager. He has been named lead portfolio manager of the Cambridge Growth Companies Corporate Class, a new fund that focuses on high-growth small and medium-sized companies from around the world. Dean has been co-lead manager of the Cambridge Pure Canadian Equity Fund and co-manager of Cambridge Canadian Growth Companies Fund since 2012.

Stephen Groff, CFA, has also been promoted to the position of principal and portfolio manager. He has been named lead portfolio manager of the Cambridge U.S. Dividend Fund. Mr. Groff has been co-lead manager of Cambridge Pure Canadian Equity Fund and co-manager of the Cambridge Canadian Growth Companies Fund since 2012.

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