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|... company for about five years and was previously at BlackRock, will take the lead role on the quantitative model after Peter Moore's departure. Tribeca has also hired a new compliance manager, starting September 2 as the incumbent leaves. Fenton resigned ...|
|... 6.88% but is down 7.8% to the benchmark in the year to July end. Joining him at Sage are two Tribeca colleagues, Peter Moore on the quant side and James Delaney on the fundamental research side. The fourth investment team member is Kelli Meagher who ...|
|... (about 11% each). Earlier this year, Liu's longstanding co-portfolio manager Sean Fenton and a quantitative analyst Peter Moore left the firm to start a new boutique at Channel Capital.|
|... also partners on certain functions with Mark Landau's long/short equities house L1 Capital. Fenton is joined by Peter Moore, a quantitative analyst at Tribeca who resigned on April 8 , only a couple of days after Fenton's resignation was made ...|
|... investment team after long-standing portfolio manager Sean Fenton fled the coop earlier this month. Quantitative analyst Peter Moore resigned on April 8. This is three days after Sean Fenton's resignation was announced and Fenton's co-portfolio manager ...|
|... on this new role," Aylward commented. In January, Tribeca also created a new investment analyst role, appointing Peter Moore to the quantitative team which consists of market veterans Sean Fenton, Andrew Cowley and Daily.|
|Tribeca Investment Partners has appointed Peter Moore in the newly created position of investment analyst. Based in Sydney, Moore will report to portfolio manager Chris Daily and play a key role in investments across all of Tribeca's funds with a particular ...|
HESTA's former executive of advice strategy has taken on a new role at another industry fund.
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If financial markets were waiting for the Australian labour market report to raise the odds of another RBA rate reduction, they're too late. Now only one question remains.
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