Aldcroft takes a breather

The ubiquitous funds marketing vet is on sabbatical from Investec.

Stewart Aldcroft is taking a break from his role as managing director at Investec Asset Management after three years of helping establish the firm in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Although he will still be checking in on the office for the rest of 2003, the day-to-day reins have passed to Philip Yeung, finance director.

Aldcroft has been a fixture of the Hong Kong funds industry for years. Prior to getting Investec's retail business off the ground, he did a stint on the distribution side at Standard Chartered Bank. But most of his career has been on the funds marketing and business development side, including five years at Templeton, five years at HSBC and...

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