UK - Schroders has appointed Andrew Benton and Richard Graham to its UK institutional team.
Benton joins from RCM (UK), where he was a director and responsible for institutional sales and client servicing and head of global consultant relationships. He will take on the role of head of UK business development at Schroders.
Graham, who joins from HSBC Asset Management where he was associate director, global consultant relations, has been appointed head of UK consultant relationships.
Both will report to Miles O’Connor, head of UK institutional business.
“Andrew and Richard in their new roles will be key in outlining Schroders’ UK institutional fund proposition of multi-asset, ‘new balanced’ and specialist funds to the UK pension and consultant community,” O’Connor said.
Schroders said it was “actively building-up” its UK institutional business team to allow it to provide more solutions led advice to pension schemes and consultants.
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