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Anna O’Donoghue

Investment Chief Operating Officer
Anna became Investment Chief Operating Officer in June 2016, a role which has expanded her previous Head of Research responsibilities to encompass all operational elements of managing the Investment Team. Anna continues to oversee Architas’ programme of research, and plays an integral role in many of Architas’ investment projects, for both UK and Global clients.

Before moving to Architas in 2008, Anna was a senior analyst at F&C, covering a broad variety of market sectors and conducting the majority of the multi-manager team’s quantitative analysis. Anna’s investment career started at FundQuest, the multi-manager business of BNP Paribas Investment Partners. Here she covered all areas of multi-management, from researching funds to placing trades.

Anna has a BA (Hons) from Leeds University, is IMC qualified, and has recently completed an Executive MBA at Warwick University.

THIS WEEK

Latest insights from our team

Solomon Nevins’ and Mayank Markanday’s monthly...

President Trump announced a further round of tariffs in September, this time on $200 billion of imports from China.

Sheldon MacDonald’s monthly update: Markets move...

Article | Investments | 11/10/2018

The value of sterling fluctuated in September. This had a knock on effect on equities, which although also saw some highs and lows ended the month relatively flat.

Nathan Sweeney’s monthly update: Potential clouds...

Article | Investments | 11/10/2018

The US market has arguably been driven by Trump’s interventions, such as his tax changes, which could slow or even come to a halt if the power of the Republican party diminishes.

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