CI Investments is changing the senior management roster at Cambridge Global Asset Management.

Founding Chief Investment Officer Alan Radlo will now share his responsibilities with Brandon Snow.

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Snow has been a lead portfolio manager. He’s also been responsible for institutionalizing Cambridge’s core investment philosophy and building an analyst team to support Cambridge’s growth in assets.

Cambridge was founded in 2008. It now manages $13 billion from offices in Boston and Toronto.

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Robert Swanson, CFA, has been named Chief Market Strategist. He’ll continues to advise the team on macro-economic trends and market and asset allocation strategies to the team. He also oversees the team’s income and equity-income portfolios.

Greg Dean and Stephen Groff have both been promoted to the position of principal and portfolio manager and assigned additional portfolio management responsibilities.

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