Fidelity’s Schmehl, Dupont replace Snow

By Staff | March 25, 2011 | Last updated on March 25, 2011
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Fidelity Investments Canada has announced the departure of portfolio manager Brandon Snow, dividing his new responsibilities between Mark Schmehl and Daniel Dupont, effective immediately.

Schmehl, who currently manages the Fidelity Special Situations Fund, will become portfolio manager of the Fidelity Canadian Growth Company Fund.

Dupont, currently manager of the equity portions of Fidelity Monthly Income Fund and Fidelity Income Allocation Fund, will become portfolio manager of the Fidelity Canadian Large Cap Fund.

“Fidelity has built an impressive investment management team that is recognized for its depth and breadth,” said Andrew Marchese, head of Canadian equities, Fidelity Investment Canada ULC. “We devote a tremendous amount of time and resources to recruiting and training the very best investment management talent. This means we always have a number of well-qualified individuals who are ready to step up and perform well in a variety of assignments.” staff


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