Shaw and Partners appoints Director of Sales and Distribution for Australia News08 Nov 2021

Shaw and Partners has appointed Matthew Jackson as the Director of Sales and Distribution for Australia, to introduce Separately Managed Account Portfolios and New Capital investment capabilities to clients.


Former Franklin Templeton senior distribution executive Matthew Jackson has recently been appointed as the Director of Sales and Distribution, Australia at Shaw and Partners, to introduce Shaw and Partners Separately Managed Account Portfolio business and New Capital investment capabilities to clients encompassing Fixed Income, Equities, Multi-Assets and Alternatives.


Mr Jackson will be responsible for strategy, business development and investor relations, working closely with the investment and sales teams located in Asia, North America, Europe and Latin America. Mr Jackson has more than 25 years industry experience, previously working in senior positions with Franklin Templeton, Shed Enterprises representing GAM, J.P. Morgan Asset Management and Westpac Institutional Bank.


“I am excited to be able to offer New Capital’s tailored portfolio solutions which deliver client-specific outcomes and objectives for institutional investors, asset consultants, high net worth and multi-family offices”, said Mr Jackson.


New Capital is the fund and strategy arm of EFG Asset Management and actively manages investment products and services (A$46Bn FUM) for financial intermediaries and institutional investors around the world. EFG Asset Management is the investment arm of EFG International, a global private banking group offering private banking and asset management services, headquartered in Zurich, with 40 office locations globally, managing A$262Bn FUM. EFG is the majority owner of Shaw and Partners, which currently manages and advises on A$30Bn FUM locally from institutional, wholesale and retail investors.


Martin Crabb, CIO of Shaw and Partners: “We are very pleased to have someone of Matt’s calibre join us to take on this exciting opportunity to introduce the world class investment capabilities of New Capital to Australian investors”.


Moz Afzal, Chief Investment Officer, EFGAM: “We are delighted to welcome Matt to the pivotal role of Director of Sales and Distribution, focused on introducing the New Capital investment capabilities to the Australian market and expanding our client base.” 



EFG Asset Management (EFGAM) is an international provider of actively managed investment products and services to financial intermediaries and institutional investors around the world. EFGAM’s New Capital funds and strategies offer a focused range of actively managed, specialist strategies across equity, fixed income, alternative and multi-asset within both developed and emerging markets. The strategies are available in a variety of structures including AIFs, CITs, SMAs and UCITS, and are available through vehicles domiciled in Ireland, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Hong Kong and the United States. EFGAM manages approximately USD 31 billion (as of June 2021) on behalf of clients.





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