James Bevan

James Bevan

Chief investment officer, CCLA Investment Management Ltd

James Bevan joined CCLA as chief investment officer in November 2006.

Before that he had been the head of asset management at Abbey. He joined Abbey in 1999 to create Inscape, the multi-manager-based service for the mass affluent market. The success of Inscape was followed by the launch of Abbey Multi Manager, a high quality manager-of-managers product.

In 2002, James was appointed chief investment officer, before becoming head of asset management in 2004. Under his guidance Abbey moved to a multi-manager sub-advisory approach for all equity and bond portfolios, and expanded the use of alternative strategies.

Prior to Abbey, Bevan was chief investment officer for Barclays Stockbrokers and Barclays Personal Investment Management, having joined BZW in 1988 from research at Cambridge University.

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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