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Causeway names Foster Corwith and Alessandro Valentini as portfolio managers

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Causeway Capital Management, an asset management firm specialising in global equity investing, has appointed Foster Corwith and Alessandro Valentini as portfolio managers, effective 1 April.

 
Corwith (pictured) and Valentini will join Causeway’s six current fundamental portfolio managers – Sarah Ketterer, Harry Hartford, James Doyle, Jonathan Eng, Kevin Durkin, and Conor Muldoon – in managing client portfolios on a team basis.
 
"Foster and Alessandro have made many meaningful contributions to Causeway over the years, and we’re delighted to promote them to the portfolio management team," says Sarah Ketterer, chief executive officer of Causeway. "We have an exceptionally talented investment team – analysts as well as portfolio managers – collaborating to achieve our clients’ long-term investment objectives."
 
Corwith joined Causeway in 2006 and is a director and fundamental portfolio manager responsible for investment research in the global industrials and consumer sectors. Prior to joining Causeway, Corwith was a research associate at Deutsche Asset Management, where he was responsible for researching consumer staples companies. From 2003 to 2004, Corwith was a project manager in the Corporate Services group of The Bank of New York. From 2001 to 2003, Corwith was an analyst in Credit Suisse First Boston’s prime brokerage unit.
 
Valentini joined Causeway in 2006 and is a director and fundamental portfolio manager responsible for investment research in the global health care and financials sectors. Before coming to Causeway, Valentini worked as a research analyst at Thornburg Investment Management. From 2000 to 2004, Valentini worked as a financial analyst at Goldman Sachs in the European equities research-sales division in New York. 

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