- Portfolio Manager, Head of US Growth team
Andrew Acheson is a Managing Director, Portfolio Manager, and Director of the US Growth team based in Boston. As leader of the US Growth team, Andrew works with a team of portfolio managers who specialize in large- and mid-cap growth equities. As Portfolio Manager, he focuses on large-cap growth equity strategies, and specializes in fundamental research, security selection, portfolio construction and risk management. Andrew has been actively managing U.S. equity portfolios since 1994. Before moving to Amundi Pioneer’s Boston office in 2001, Andrew managed Luxembourg- and Italian-domiciled US equity strategies out of Amundi Pioneer’s Dublin office. From 1994 to 1999, he was a US equity Portfolio Manager at Setanta Asset Management in Dublin and Assistant US Portfolio Manager at Norwich Union Investment Management in England. Earlier in his career, he was a Captain in The Queen’s Royal Irish Hussars, a British cavalry regiment. He served in the UK, Germany and the Middle East, including Gulf War I. He holds an MBA from Cranfield School of Management, England (1994).
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