UK - Redington Partners has appointed Mark Herne and David Thompson as senior consultants in a bid to broaden its business.
Herne was previously co-head of UK Solutions Sales with Lehman Brothers, focusing particularly on UK life companies, asset managers and pension funds. Before that he had the same role at Deutsche Bank and he held a variety of positions at CIBC World Markets.
Thompson was previously with Collingham Capital Management, a fund of hedge funds, where he was a partner in charge of distribution. Prior to CCM, Thompson spent 10 years with ABN AMRO and 12 years with Lehman Brothers.
Redington Partners co-founder and partner Dawid Konotey-Ahulu said: "The addition of Mark Herne and David Thompson allows us to offer our bespoke solutions on a wider scale across a greater range of services.
"They have both had many years of experience, which in these markets will be very valuable, and we are delighted that they have joined us."
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