UK - Chris Hylen has joined SEI Investments, a provider of asset management and business outsource solutions.
He has become head of wealth solutions in the SEI UK Wealth Team. Reporting to Joe Ujobai, head of SEI’s Global Business Unit, Hylen’s responsibilities will include refining and further broadening SEI’s range of products and services for adviser partners and their clients.
Prior to moving to London, he spent five years with SEI’s US Adviser Network where he led sales training, technical sales support and was actively involved in strategic planning and relationship building.
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