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Dan Kemp departs Albemarle Street Partners

Dan Kemp departs Albemarle Street Partners

Dan Kemp has left Albemarle Street Partners, the investment consultancy he co-founded in 2012.

Kemp (pictured) is joining Morningstar as co-head of investment consulting and portfolio management.

His departure follows that of co-founder Sam Liddle, who left in March to join Church House Investments as a sales director with a particular focus on the firm's new managed portfolio service (MPS).

In mid-May Albemarle announced that Raj Hallen was joining as a director and shareholder in the business. Hallen has over 20 years' experience in the industry and most recently worked at Kleinwort Benson as a portfolio manager within its managed funds team.

Prior to Albemarle, former cover star Kemp was a partner at Saltus.

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