Swiss Life Asset Management UK has won three more pooled managed mandates.
Midland Co-operative Society, Mechetronics, and Musselburgh & Fisherrow Co-operative Society have all awarded the fund manager mandates totalling £23.6m.
The Midland Co-operative Society, based in Lichfield has appointed Swiss Life to a £17.6m multi-asset brief, previously run by Merrill Lynch Investment Managers.
Bishop Auckland-based manufacturers Mechetronics has awarded Swiss Life with a £4m mixed fund mandate after dropping Schroders Investment Management from the brief.
The Musselburgh & Fisherrow Co-operative Society Ltd in Scotland also appointed Swiss Life to a mixed fund portfolio worth £2m, previously held by Scottish Widows.
The moves were advised by HSBC, Wise Speke, and Direct Case respectively.
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