Shaw and Partners congratulates Andrew Hines on his appointment as Head of Research News19 May 2020

Shaw and Partners is pleased to announce that Andrew Hines has been appointed as Head of Research for Shaw and Partners.

 

Andrew joined Shaw and Partners in 2019 as a Senior Analyst covering the mid-cap Mining and Energy sectors. 

 

Andrew has over 25 years of experience in equity markets and has previously been Head of Research at Morgan Stanley and CBA Equities.  Andrew is recognised as one of Australia's leading equity research analysts and has been top rated in institutional surveys in a range of sectors including Metals & Mining, Oil and Gas, Telecoms and Infrastructure.

 

We are delighted that Andrew has accepted this position and wish him well in his new role.

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