Fri, 21/02/2014 - 06:03
AllenbridgeEpic Investment Advisers, an investment adviser to UK pension funds, has appointed John Arthur as managing director.
Arthur (pictured) has over 25 years’ experience within the defined benefit pension industry, working with both corporate and local authority pension schemes.
He has been a senior adviser with AllenbridgeEpic since February 2012.
Prior to joining AllenbridgeEpic, Arthur was a director at Aerion Fund Management - the in-house fund manager for the National Grid UK Pension Scheme - and was previously a fund manager covering UK and international equity markets. His responsibilities included communicating directly with the scheme’s trustees, advisers and secretariat regarding all investment matters, including the long term strategy for matching the scheme’s liabilities.
Anthony Yadgaroff, chairman of AllenbridgeEpic, says: “We are very pleased to appoint John as the managing director of AllenbridgeEpic. John has been a valuable member of our team since he joined and has built up strong relationships both with clients and his fellow team members in a relatively short period of time. Our corporate and local government pension investment advisory business has substantial momentum and continues to grow rapidly. We are confident that under John’s leadership this will continue into the future. We are fortunate to have someone of John’s calibre on the Allenbridge management team.”
Arthur says: “The challenges facing pension providers are increasingly well known; it is in helping to construct the answers where our advisers with their direct investment experience and breadth of understanding, can come into their own.
“I look forward to working with our advisers to assist our client base in answering the challenges that investment markets will bring in the future and of continuing the strong growth of the AllenbridgeEpic business model.”
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