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Progeny launches investment management firm


Progeny has launched Progeny Asset Management, a discretionary investment management firm offering bespoke and model portfolios.

Progeny Asset Management, launched by directors Ian Hooper, Michelle Parkin and Jon Moody and investment managers Craig Melling and David Battersby, offers a tailored investment management solution, working with clients to navigate the financial markets by growing and preserving future wealth.
The team is completed by investment manager’s assistant Rachel Blythe.
Neil Moles, managing director of Progeny, comments: “Progeny Asset Management’s launch is a crucial milestone for Progeny. Their expertise and experience will benefit our wealth management service offerings to our client base.
“Progeny was born out of an ambition to create the first multi-service professional platform designed to match client goals with those of the professionals advising them.”
Hooper says: “We are delighted to be part of The Progeny Group. Our bespoke investment service will help complement and strengthen the Group’s position to work with high-net-worth families.”
Progeny Asset Management offers an independent, personal approach to identify client’s investment objectives and attitudes to risk, shaping future investment decisions. It offers a managed portfolio service, or works with clients to consider a broad range of investments including cash, fixed interest, equities and alternatives such as infrastructure.
The head office is located in Progeny House, Leeds and it has offices in Central London.

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