Tuesday 16th March 2010
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Huljich Wealth Management has made changes to its investment committee following the resignation of chief investment officer Peter Huljich.
It has appointed David McEwen as an external consultant to its Investment Committee.
Other members of the investment committee are the company's managing director and chief investment officer, Don Brash, director Chris Huljich, independent director John Banks, and senior portfolio manager Henry Tongue.
McEwen is currently chief investment officer for Investment Research Group where he oversees research and commentary on 400 companies, sits on the company's investment committee, researches and writes a weekly investment report and manages the Australasian equities component of client portfolios. He is a qualified securities analyst.
McEwen has more than 25 years' experience in the financial services industry, predominantly in financial writing, securities analysis and portfolio management.
His career started as a business writer and has included positions with the Financial Times newspaper in London, Reuters News Service in Africa and The National Business Review in Auckland, where he served as Business Editor for several years.
McEwen qualified as a Securities Analyst in 1996 and established his own business in 1997, specialising in Australasian equities research and advice. This business evolved to become Investment Research Group (IRG), which was acquired by NZAX-listed Viking Capital in 2007. Viking subsequently changed its name to Investment Research Group and McEwen remains as chief investment officer.
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