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Hunter Investment Management positioned for growth with new hire

With plans for expansion into several different asset classes – and a new appointment to the team – Hunter Investment Management has positioned itself for growth.

Friday, March 19th 2021, 11:37AM

by Daniel Smith

Anthony Sowerby will join the company in a client services role.

Sowerby has previously worked with IIS in launching the InvestNow KiwiSaver scheme last October. Prior to IIS, Sowerby worked as COO at Salt Funds Management after a long stretch at AMP Capital NZ.

Hunter topped $1 billion in assets under management this year, and its managing director Tony Hildyard told Good Returns that its growth is not going to stop there.

“Hunter’s goal has always been to become a broader fund manager. Our intention is always to offer more asset classes to eventually be able to offer a full spectrum for New Zealand investors.

“We have recently launched two new diversified funds; diversified balance and diversified growth.

“The funds are really a combination of our philosophy of believing in both active and passive. In expanding into these funds we recognised that we needed more resources at Hunter.”

Those further resources have taken the shape of hiring Anthony Sowerby to a client services role within the firm.

Hildyard said “We were lucky enough to get Ant. This was an opportunity to bring him into Hunter with some familiarity with what we do through his time at InvestNow.

“He’s got a great skill set, good contacts, and great experience in NZ markets.

“It positions Hunter for growth while making sure that our clients continue to get good service.”

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