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Cazenove Capital appoints non-executive director

Cazenove Capital has appointed Rupert Tyer as non-executive director to the board of Cazenove Capital Holdings. 

Tyer has recently retired from Cantillon Capital Management, where he was a founding partner of the London and New York based global equity boutique.

He was also been managing director at Lazard Unit Trust Managers, where he was responsible for business development, distribution and marketing strategy for the UK and Dublin based businesses.

Cazenove Capital chief executive Andrew Ross says: “Rupert will be a welcome addition to the board. He brings with him huge experience of the asset management business, in particular the world of long only and long short funds for both retail and institutional investors. We believe we are well placed to benefit from a number of the trends currently underway in the asset management industry and Rupert will assist the board in assessing its strategy in a rapidly changing market.’

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