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Judith MacKenzie
Partner & Head of Public Equity
020 7416 7780

Judith joined Downing in October 2009. Previously she was a partner at Acuity Capital, a buy-out from Electra Private Equity, where Judith managed small company assets with an activist strategy. Prior to Acuity, Judith spent seven years with Aberdeen Asset Management Growth Capital as co-Fund Manager of the five Aberdeen VCTs, focusing on technology and media investments in both the public and private arenas. Judith is a Certified Fellow of the Securities Institute and has held a number of public and private directorships. She founded Downing Public Equity and is 5-Crown rated by FE Trustnet* and AA rated by Citywire**.

 

* FE 5-Crown rated as at 31/01/2017

** For the three year performance of the Downing UK Micro-Cap Growth Fund, B Shares as at 30/04/2017

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