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Swip appoints Dutch manager to Asian desk

Scottish Widows Investment Partnership has announced the appointment of Jan C de Bruijn as a senior fund manager on the Asian and Emerging Markets team.

He joins from Shell Pensioenfonds Beheer in Holland where he was most recently senior portfolio manager in the Emerging Asian markets.

De Bruijn joins Swip as of August 19.

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