UK/EUROPE - Northern Trust Global Investments (Europe) (NTGIE) has appointed Andrew Edgington as director of product management and development.
Edgington will work with Nick Ring, COO and Chris Turpin, product manager, in developing new investment products as well as overseeing the existing product range. Edgington will have principal responsibility for active investment products including NTGIE's European equity and fixedincome product ranges.
Steve Potter, managing director of NTGIE, said: With the increasing demand for our investment services in the UK and European marketplace we felt that now was the right time to expand the team. We are delighted that Andrew is joining us and we look forward to benefiting from his years of experience.
NTGIE currently runs £1.25bn in several active and fixed income mandates. Worldwide, Northern Trust Global Investments manages £232bn.
Edgington joins from Gartmore Investment Management where he was product director with responsibility for offshore and hedge funds. Before joining Gartmore, he held marketing management positions at Aetna Investment Management, Invesco and London Life Assurance.
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