NETHERLANDS/UK - Mn Services Investment Management is set to launch its fiduciary management offering for UK pension schemes.
It has also hired Colin English as head of UK business development and Gwion Moore as head of investment strategy.
English will be responsible for acquiring new fiduciary management mandates from UK pension funds.
He has previously been head of business development for both Towers Perrin and Mercer, as well as being a co-founder of a niche pension and employee benefit consultancy.
Moore is responsible for asset liability modelling and investment strategy for UK pension schemes.
He was previously head of European pension asset and liability management & structuring at Lehman Brothers and has also held senior asset liability modelling and fixed income roles at JP Morgan.
Mn Services Investment Management UK managing director Remco van Eeuwijk said: "We have deliberately taken the first six months to tailor our fiduciary management proposition to UK pension schemes and have now put in place a strong team of pensions professionals who will be able to deliver Mn Services fiduciary management proposition in a manner that is tailored to the needs and circumstances of UK pension schemes.
"I am really pleased that we are now in a position to actively enter the market."
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