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Tyndall appoints new Head of Equities

Tyndall appoints new Head of Equities

Tyndall Investments is pleased to announce the appointment of Stuart Williams as Head of Equities. Mr Williams will join Tyndall in August, bringing with him 20 years’ experience in finance and investment-related roles. He has been a part of the ANZ investment team since 2006, most recently as Investment Manager responsible for New Zealand Equities.

Commenting on the appointment, Tyndall Investments Managing Director, Peter Lynn said, "In Stuart we have found someone who we believe will be a natural fit with our investment-led culture. His broad experience and skills will help us to attract and grow assets under management by focusing on delivering exceptional returns for clients.

“Stuart is an exciting addition to Tyndall’s high calibre Equity team and we’re very pleased to welcome him onboard.”

Tyndall have also appointed David Morris as Head of Legal and Compliance and Christopher Myers as Quantitative Analyst. Mr Morris joins Tyndall from AMP/Spicers. Mr Myers joins the company from Deloitte.

About Tyndall
Tyndall currently manages $3.8 billion of assets across a range of asset classes. Tyndall is a part of one of the largest asset management companies in Asia, Nikko Asset Management (Nikko AM). Nikko AM manages US$158 billion, manages assets for clients across the globe and has over 250 investment professionals. This unique advantage makes Tyndall the only investment manager in New Zealand to be a part of a specialist global investment manager.

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