Peter Hewitt

Director, Portfolio Manager, Multi Asset Solutions

Peter Hewitt is a Director and Fund Manager in Global Equities and is currently responsible for managing the BMO Managed Portfolio Trust, which was listed in 2008. Between 1983 and 1996 Peter was a Fund Manager with Ivory & Sime (later known as ISIS ), working initially in the US team and from 1986 in the UK team, where he was responsible for a variety of pension fund and investment trust clients. He joined the Group in 1999. Prior to BMO Global Asset Management, Peter spent two years as Head of UK Equities with Murray Johnstone. Peter holds a BA (Hons) in Economics from the Heriot Watt University .

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