Shawn Burns, who faithfully followed Paul Fiani to Integrity Investment Management from UBS, has quit the firm.

Burns was part of a six member investment team. He had the final say on the $5.5 billion long-only Australian equity portfolio if Fiani was away.

“We’re looking for a small cap analyst or team, one or two people,” says Fiani.

Four-year old Integrity has $1.5 billion of retail money. The rest is institutional. The firm has a bottom up, valuation-based investment process that picks no more than 50 stocks from the ASX 300.

One comment on “Burns quits Integrity, Fiani seeks replacement”
  1. As usual there is more to this than meets the eye…. have a look in recent Court Lists.

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