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Christopher Rice

Christopher Rice

About Christopher Rice

Born in Liverpool in 1969, Christopher Rice nurtured his passion for finance and went on to achieve a BSc in Finance and Accounting from Salford University and an Mphil in Monetary Economics from Glasgow University. Rice got his first chance to demonstrate his financial flair as a European and Japanese fund manager with Scottish Amicable Investment Managers. He then moved to HSBC to manage retail and institutional European and pan-European equity funds. In 2002 he was appointed head of European (ex UK) equities at Cazenove and made responsible for all aspects of the team's equity strategy, portfolio construction and performance. He has sole responsibility for the Cazenove European fund. Additionally he conducts sector research in banks, chemicals, media and speciality financials for the Cazenove investment team.

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