Manulife expands global equity team

By Staff | March 20, 2013 | Last updated on March 20, 2013
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Manulife Asset Management has named Paul Boyne and Doug McGraw to lead a new team managing a global equity strategy for institutional clients and certain wealth management businesses of Manulife Financial and John Hancock.

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“Paul and Doug expand and strengthen Manulife Asset Management’s investment capabilities and complement our global footprint,” says Christopher Conkey, chief equity investment officer of Manulife Asset Management. “Their fundamentally-oriented investment process and diligent risk management practices represent a strong cultural fit with our expanding equity investment franchise.”

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Both Boyne and McGraw will be senior portfolio managers. Their approach to global equity employs a bottom-up stock selection process based on disciplined fundamental research, with the aim to create a diversified portfolio of quality global stocks that demonstrate compelling value and generate sustainable cash flows.

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