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Schroders adds to multi-asset team

Schroders has boosted its multi-asset and portfolio solutions team with the appointment of two senior analysts.

Matthew Joyce joins Schroders from Occam Asset Management, where he was a European equities analyst, and was previously an analyst at Polar Capital.

Jingjing Cui has also joined from JP Morgan Asset Management where she was senior quantitative research analyst, responsible for quantitative modelling of fixed income and currency portfolios.

The appointments follow the recent restructure of its multi-asset team following the departure of Mike Spinks last month.

Spinks, who later resurfaced at Investec as co-head of its UK-based multi-asset offering, was previously portfolio manager within the multi-asset investment division and co-portfolio manager on the Schroder Diversidied Growth and Schroder Completion fund.

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