JP Morgan Asset Management's chief investment officer for multi-asset solutions James Elliot (pictured) has quit the firm.
Rob O’Rahilly has assumed Elliot's (pictured) international investment responsibilities following his departure on 28 March.
Manager Shrenick Shah will continue to run the multi-asset team’s global macro-thematic investment process, which the firm said will remain unchanged from when it was introduced in 2012.
The company added that there will be no changes to the investment strategy of the funds overseen by the team, which include the £1.5 billion JPM Global Macro Opportunities and £103.8 million JPM Global Macro funds.
A JP Morgan AM spokesperson said: ‘Maintaining continuity of the investment process is our top priority and we are confident in the strength and depth of our investment talent and our well-resourced, globally integrated multi-asset solutions team.’
The close ended fund is adopting a hybrid growth-and-value strategy under two fund managers in a bid to revive investor interest, with Fish moving to a client facing role.