UK - Investment consultancy Psolve has appointed four senior team members to its head office in London.
Martyn Dorey, Tessa Kohn-Speyer and Cecilia Moynihan join as senior consultants, while Vathani Waran joins as a senior investment analyst.
Kohn-Speyer joins from her role as deputy head of equity research at Barclay’s private clients business, part of Barclay’s Investment Management.
Moynihan joins from Gerrard - part of the Old Mutual Group - where she was divisional director of continental European equities and co-managed the Gerrard European growth fund.
Dorey was most recently head of global quantitative research at a leading investment consulting firm in the UK.
Waran has six years consultancy experience with two major investment consulting firms in the UK and is a part-qualified actuary.
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