UK - Gartmore has strengthened its consultant team with the appointment of Paul Hamilton as relationship director.
Hamilton joins from Credit Suisse Asset Management where he was vice president of institutional marketing and client relations, specialising in sales in the Nordic region. Prior to this, he also served at SBJ Benefit Consultants and the Nationwide Building Society.
At Gartmore he will oversee institutional business opportunities and will look to broaden the firm's coverage across local consultancy firms.
Frances Davies, Gartmore's head of global institutional, said: [Paul] is very highly rated within the industry and is experienced in all aspects of institutional sales. Crucially, he also possesses a thorough understanding of the needs of both underlying clients and consultants and we believe he will be a first rate addition to Gartmore.
Gartmore also recently promoted Shamus Young to global head of consultants.
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