UK - Glasgow-based Britannic Asset Management (BAM) is boosting its pooled client management team with the appointment of Ken Harvie.
Harvie joins BAM as client manager at the beginning of December from consultancy firm Aon. He reports to head of pooled funds, David Harris.
Harvie has worked in the pensions industry for over 20 years, initially gaining experience in-house with the Strathclyde Regional Council and Coats Viyella pension plans.
He joined Aon in 1990, where he provided administration consultancy to several large defined contribution schemes and was involved in regular trustee/client and member liaison, covering performance reporting and scheme design.
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