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Effective immediately, Jean will be based in Melbourne and report to Paul Kasian, Head of Asset Management. This new recruit is part of Equity Trustee's commitment to pursuing an organisational growth strategy along with expanding and deepening its equities strategies and solutions. An experienced and competent team is an important factor in ensuring that the business can meet and maintain its clients' expectations and wealth portfolios over a long-term investment horizon. Within the role, Jean will support the Head of Asset Management http://www.binarytribune.com/2015/01/12/forex-market-eurjpy-daily-trading-forecast-5/ by providing a depth of knowledge and experience to the team which will include research and analysis into Australian and internationally-listed companies as well as input into various facets of the investment decision-making process. "As we focus on growing our equity business which includes the recruitment of strong analysts, we are thrilled to have Jean join the team. He http://www.thenews.coop/92732/news/general/what-does-2015-hold-for-ethical-finance/ brings energy, experience and a unique perspective to the business", confirms Paul Kasian, Head of Asset Management. Jean comes to Equity Trustees from JCP Investment Partners in Melbourne where he worked as a Senior Research Analyst within the Industrial sector from 2005 to 2014. He also offers over 9 years' experience in Funds Management, Management Consulting and corporate experience including London-based roles at LEK Consulting, Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury's. Jean has an MBA from Northwestern University-Kellogg School of Management (Chicago, USA). Background Equity Trustees was established as a trustee and executor service provider in 1888. Today we are a diversified financial services institution offering a comprehensive range of offerings for personal and corporate clients aimed at protecting, managing and growing wealth. Equity Trustees is a publicly-listed company on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX: EQT). http://www.4-traders.com/EQUITY-TRUSTEES-LTD-6492504/news/Equity-Trustees--expands-Equities-Team-19703824/

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