UK - Invesco Asset Management yesterday announced the appointment of Daniel Roberts to further strengthen its UK institutional equities team based in London. He will be reporting to Robert Churchlow, head of UK institutional equities.
Prior to joining Invesco, Roberts worked for M&G Investment Management Ltd as an analyst and trainee fund manager where he worked on the European equity desk specialising in the construction, auto and paper sectors. He also spent two years working in the market risk management team at JP Morgan and almost five years as an audit manager with PricewaterhouseCoopers where he qualified as a chartered accountant.
Anthony J Broccardo, chief investment officer, institutional and overseas at Invesco said: UK equities is a core feature of Invesco's institutional product range which we developed last year with a significant amount of mandate wins including specialist UK equities, global value equities and Asian and European equities. Daniel’s appointment adds further depth to a dynamic and successful team and we look forward to working with him.
Roberts' appointment boosts the specialist UK institutional equity team to four, working within a pan-European team of 26 investment professionals.
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