Ned Naylor-Leyland

Ned Naylor-Leyland

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Ned Naylor-Leyland is the Fund Manager of the Merian Gold & Silver Fund at Merian Global Investors, a diversified global asset management firm. He has more than 17 years of investment experience. He bought physical metal for the first time in early 2002 and became interested in mining equities shortly afterward. He had become interested in financial markets as a result of reading about the repeal by the Clinton administration in 1999 of the 1933 Glass-Steagall Act, which separated investment banking from retail banking.

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