UK - Rothschild Asset Management (RAM) has appointed Scottish Widows' Marion Colverd as its newest institutional client service team manager.
At RAM, Colverd will be responsible for the firm's relationship with TU Fund Managers (TUFM). TUFM currently manages three portfolios for the firm. Additionally, Colverd will work with client liaison director, Graham Jordan, on the development and distribution of RAM's institutional pooled fund range.
At Scottish Widows, Colverd was responsible for managing the relationship with their largest client, the UK based bank, Lloyds TSB. Prior that, she worked within client liaison at Hill Samuel Asset Management. Colverd joined Hill Samuel in 1989.
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