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Artemis hires Polar Capital partner for equity team

Artemis hires Polar Capital partner for equity team

Artemis Investment Management has hired Andy Marsh to its UK equity income team, starting in February 2018.

Marsh joins from Polar Capital, where he was a partner.

He previously worked as head of equity sales for Investec, and was formerly an analyst at Merrill Lynch and ING Charterhouse. 

He will work alongside Adrian Frost and Nick Shenton.

Frost said: 'His approach to picking stocks - concentrating on free cashflow and sustainable returns for investors - fits well with ours.

'Nick and I look forward to working with Andy over the years ahead.'

Marsh added: 'The opportunity to work alongside Adrian and Nick, and on a fund with such a strong franchise and record, is an exciting one.'

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