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Anthony Chemla

Fund Manager, Multi-Asset team

About Anthony

Anthony Chemla is a fund manager and analyst with 17 years’ experience in selecting funds, with the past eight focused on managing multi-manager risk-graded portfolios. Before joining Liontrust in April 2023, Anthony was at atomos (previously Sanlam Investments), where he was lead Portfolio Manager for the DFM portfolios and co-Portfolio Manager of the MPS. He was also managing the funds’ buy-list with 100+ active and passive investments. Prior to joining Sanlam in 2016, Anthony worked for B Capital, a Swiss-based multi-family office, where he was responsible for investment analytics, portfolio management and solutions for UHNW clients. From 2008 to 2012, he worked for Williams de Broe in London, where he was responsible for fund selection across asset classes for both discretionary and advisory clients. Prior to 2008, Anthony held a fund research role at Bfinance, focusing on equities and alternative funds.
Anthony holds an M.Sc. in Financial Engineering from Kedge Business School (Marseille, France), and holds the Investment Management Certificate. He is fluent in English, French and conversational in Italian.
Outside of work, Anthony enjoys spending time with his family and has strong interests in tennis and football.


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