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Peter Lawery

Peter Lawery

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About Peter Lawery

Peter Lawery started out in investment management with Hill Samuel in 1990. He made the switch to Lazard Asset Management in 1992, initially working on the Far East desk before joining John Chatfeild-Roberts on the independent funds team in 1997. In 2001 Lawery, Chatfeild-Roberts and Algy Smith Maxwell moved across to Jupiter where they were responsibile for the Jupiter Merlin multi-manager range of funds as well as the Jupiter Astral Hedge fund. Peter left Jupiter at the end of 2014

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Citywire Rating: Not Eligible

Peter Lawery does not currently have the required track record to be eligible for a Citywire Rating. See methodology

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