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Quilter Cheviot has appointed Jamie Maddock as an equity research analyst as it further strengthens its in-house research capabilities.

Maddock joins the business from AGF Investments and will be responsible for coverage of the global energy and materials sectors. This analysis is subsequently used by Quilter Cheviot’s 169 strong investment management team in building diversified discretionary client portfolios.
 
Maddock, who holds a PhD in applied geophysics, brings with him 15 years of equity analyst experience having worked at Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley and Brewin Dolphin. He will report into Chris Beckett, head of equity research at Quilter Cheviot.
 
Quilter Cheviot has also recently boosted its fund research team by hiring analyst Samir Shah from Aberdeen Standard as a maternity cover. Shah, who has 25 years’ financial services experience, will be responsible for the analysis of funds investing within the US and European equity markets as well as global private equity funds. Shah will report into head of investment fund research, Nick Wood.
 
Alan McIntosh, Chief Investment Strategist at Quilter Cheviot, says: “We are delighted to be bringing in the calibre of people such as Jamie and Samir into our 24-strong equity and fund research team. These teams provide crucial sector and regional intelligence across the Quilter Cheviot team and allow us to provide our clients with strong and consistent returns and real in-depth information about their investments, so we are excited to utilise Jamie and Samir’s experience in developing this analysis further.”
 
Jamie Maddock, Equity Research Analyst at Quilter Cheviot, adds: “It is great to be joining a company and team that is well renowned within the wealth management industry. I have been really impressed with Quilter Cheviot’s desire to provide their investment managers with detailed analysis on global stocks, fixed income markets and third-party funds, empowering them to create well-diversified bespoke portfolios for clients during what has been a volatile market environment.
 
“The global energy and materials sectors are at an interesting yet challenging juncture. The rise of interest in ESG concerns has made analysis on these companies even more crucial and I look forward to engaging with these businesses to understand how they will seek to better improve their processes.”

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