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Stevlingson joins Gartmore

Jayne Stevlingson has joined Gartmores small-cap investment team as senior investment manger.
Stevlingson, based in Philadelphia, will assume portfolio co-management responsibilities, alongside Gil Knight, on the Gartmore US smaller companies fund and the Gartmore SICAV US smaller companies fund. She will report to Gartmore US chief executive Young Chin.
She joins from Altura Asset Management where her principle responsibility was managing a hedge fund employing small and mid-cap equities.
Prior to this Stevlingson was vice president/senior portfolio manager at OppenheimerFunds, managing the small-cap Oppenheimer discovery fund, marketed to both institutional and individual investors.
From 1992 to 1999 she was senior vice president/senior portfolio manager at Morgan Stanley.
Chin says: “Jayne has successfully managed traditional and alternative funds through various market cycles at premier asset management firms. She promises to bring considerable value to our organisation and our efforts to deliver quality investments to Gartmore customers around the world.”

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