UK - Morley Fund Management has appointed Jenny Keeling (pictured) as client relationship manager within the UK Institutional Team.
Keeling will primarily be responsible for managing Morley's investment relationships with Norwich Union Life and will report to Gordon Milne, head of client investment services.
Her responsibilities will include arranging and attending investmentreview meetings, overseeing reporting, mandate development and generalrelationship management.
Keeling has eighteen years of investment experience. She managed UKEquities for fifteen years at AXA Investment Managers and for the lastthree years she was investment director at Balanced Funds.
Commenting on her appointment Alistair Morrison, managing director,Institutional at Morley Fund Management said:
Jenny will be a valuable addition to our client servicing team. Herexperience will be of great benefit in strengthening relations withNorwich Union Life.
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