As a result of Dwight Churchill being moved into a new role as senior vice president for investment services at Fidelity Management & Research Co., multiple people will shift job posts. Churchill was head of the fixed-income group.
David Murphy, Fidelity’s money market group leader, with replace Churchill, while Charlie Morrison, bond group leader, will replace Murphy, CBS MarketWatch reported. Thomas Silvia, a portfolio manager at Fidelity, will replace Morrison, and William Irving, a fixed-income analyst, will replace Silvia as manager of Fidelity’s Ginnie Mae, Inflation-Protected Bond and Advisor Inflation-Protected Bond funds.
Irving will also succeed Silvia as co-manager of Fidelity Advisor Government Investment Fund. George Fischer, currently managing Fidelity’s Government Income Fund, will also co-manage with Irving. He will stay on in his current position as well, however.
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