American Century expands local team

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MEDIA RELEASE: In response to growing local investor demand for its broad array of investment strategies, global asset manager American Century Investments has appointed Noble Dhaliwal to the role of senior client service associate.

Mr Dhaliwal will be responsible for managing relationships with wholesale and institutional clients, and will work closely with American Century’s head of Australia and New Zealand, Elizabeth Trinh, and vice president of the Institutional Advisory Group, Michelle Kidd.

Ms Trinh said American Century has had clients in the Australian market since 2009 and established its Sydney office in 2018. The growth trajectory of the Australian business has exceeded expectations, and the hiring of Mr. Dhaliwal expands the firm’s resources to service clients in the market. 

“Noble’s client servicing expertise and experience will be a great asset to the teams we work more closely with in partnership with our clients and prospects. We have a broad array of strong investment capabilities across our global equities, fixed income and multi-asset disciplines.  

“We have clients in our global growth, global small cap and health care impact strategies, and there’s continued interest from investors in the market to create custom solutions to meet their specific needs,” she said.

Mr Dhaliwal previously held client services and account management roles with UBS Asset Management and UBS Investment Bank, respectively and, prior to this, served in a relationship management role with AMP Financial Services.

He holds a Bachelor of Business (Finance) & Science in IT (Information Systems Management) from the University of Technology Sydney and is currently undertaking a Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance from Macquarie University.

American Century is headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri and has approximately AUD$277 billion in assets under management as of November 17, 2020. It currently manages over AUD$2.2 billion in Australian funds under management, from both institutions and platforms.

Mr Dhaliwal will be based in the firm’s Sydney office, with the appointment effective from today.