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Stewart Group boosts investment committee

University of Auckland business school associate professor to assist advice group.

Wednesday, July 20th 2016, 8:55AM

Stewart Group has signed Alastair Marsden, from the University of Auckland, as an independent investment committee member.

Marsden is Associate Professor in Accounting and Finance with the University of Auckland business school. He teaches risk corporate finance and finance for start-up entities. 

Stewart Group’s Investment Committee oversees the design of portfolios for its wealth management clients and its "adviser to adviser" company Boutique Advisers Alliance as well as the two Asset Class KiwiSaver funds it manages in its role as asset consultant, in association with Grosvenor Investment Management Limited.

Marsden's involvement provides independent scrutiny of the Stewart Group’s investment and allocation decisions.

Total funds under management across the group are now $350m.

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