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Aberdeen Standard Capital strengthens Investment Team

14 March 2016

Aberdeen Standard Capital, the discretionary fund manager, has announced the recent appointment of Matthew Grange and Matthew Burrows as Senior Portfolio Managers based in London. Both are working with UK and International clients and report to Charles Insley, Head of International for Aberdeen Standard Capital.

Commenting on the appointments, Charles Insley, Head of International, Aberdeen Standard Capital said:

"We are delighted that Matthew Grange and Matthew Burrows have joined Aberdeen Standard Capital. They both have very strong investment backgrounds and have joined us to work with UK and International clients."

"As long term investors we offer clients investment strategies across the full risk spectrum and have an investment process that focuses on gaining exposure to secular growth drivers, which we believe will out-perform the broader market over the long term. Both Matthew Grange and Matthew Burrows are excellent additions to the team and bring valuable insight and institutional expertise to our investment process."

Matthew Grange has over 18 years of private client and institutional investment management experience. He spent over twelve years managing institutional UK equity portfolios for ABN Amro Asset Management and the corporate pension schemes for Lafarge and Reed Elsevier. In addition to his experience managing substantial UK equity portfolios, Matthew has experience of many other asset classes, particularly commercial property and private equity.

Matthew Burrows has five years of experience in the management of discretionary portfolios for charities, trusts, pensions and both institutional and private clients' portfolios. He has managed portfolios for both UK and international clients at Falcon Private Wealth and Sarasin & Partners LLP, covering the full spectrum of traditional asset classes, as well alternatives and derivatives.

Aberdeen Standard Capital, with offices in London, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Bristol and Leeds, and an offshore presence in the Channel Islands, provides both target return and conventional investment strategies private clients, trust companies and charities.


Investment involves risk. - The value of investments, and the income from them, can go down as well as up and an investor may get back less than the amount invested. Past performance is not a guide to future results.