James Bevan

James Bevan

Chief investment officer, CCLA Investment Management Ltd

James Bevan has been chief investment officer at CCLA since joining the firm in 2006. Previously he has been head of asset management and CIO at Abbey, and CIO for Barclays Asset Management and BZW Portfolio Management. James joined the city in 1988 following postgraduate research in applied economics and asset allocation at Cambridge University. He is a director of Witan Investment Trust, a chartered fellow of the CISI, he is on the advisory group of the CFA Institute and is a trustee of the Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance.

James is a frequent commentator on finance, economics and investing for the BBC, Sky, CNBC, Reuters, Bloomberg and a number of journals.

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