UK - PSolve, the new Punter Southall financial consultancy, has appointed three additional senior team members.
Glyn Jones, Robbie Bowker and Gavin Orpin will all help drive forward the PSolve proposition of providing an innovative approach to solving liability-driven investment issues.
These three appointments follow the recent arrival of John Howard-Smith, previously a senior director at HSBC Investment Management.
Glyn Jones joins PSolve from JP Morgan, where he was joint head of equity index trading for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. His career has included time at Cooper Ness Associates and Bank Paribas. As head of specialist solutions at PSolve, Jones will be responsible for controlling research and developing and producing bespoke solutions for clients.
Robbie Bowker joins PSolve from Towers Perrin, where he was a senior investment consultant. Bowker provided advice on all areas of investment including strategy, manager selection and ongoing investment monitoring.
Orpin joins PSolve to concentrate on providing investment advice and consultancy. He will initially focus on providing strategic investment advice to existing Punter Southall clients.
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