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JO Hambro boosts global equities team

JO Hambro Investment Management has appointed Peter Rutter to its global equities team.

Rutter joins from IronBridge Capital Management where he was a partner and co-manager of the £3.1bn IronBridge global equity strategy for six years.

Prior to this, Rutter worked alongside Charles Martyn-Hemphill and Will Kenney for three years on the global equities team at Deutsche Asset Management. Kenny and Martyn-Hemphill both joined JO Hambro earlier this year.

JOHIM chief executive Hugh Grootenhuis says: “We are delighted that Rutter has joined JOHIM’s global equities team. His intellect, experience and ability will strengthen our global equity capabilities, which are central to JOHIM’s private client and specialist institutional offerings.”

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