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Baring appoints energy analyst

Baring Asset Management is appointing Peter Lynch as energy and utility analyst in the UK and European investment team. He will also work in the global sector team for resources and utilities.

Lynch joins Barings from Merrill Lynch where he was a member of their oil and gas equity research team. He was previously a petroleum analyst at Arthur Anderson.

Baring head of UK an Europe Jan Mantel says: “With Peter&#39s appointment the UK and European investment team at Baring Asset Management will now total 24 investment professionals.”

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