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Specialist asset management firm Bordier UK has appointed two professionals to its sales and marketing team – Andrew Clotworthy as business development manager and Andrew Rowlands as marketing manager.

Clotworthy, whose financial services career includes a 16-year spell with Charles Stanley – part of this in the role of sales director – joins the firm from Canaccord Genuity, where he spearheaded intermediary distribution.
 
Clotworthy enjoys a far-reaching network of intermediary connections and will have responsibility for the development of Bordier UK’s growing network of relationships with investment intermediaries, lawyers and accountants in his new position, and for building on the firm’s existing provider partnerships. He will also work closely with the professional adviser community, helping them to better understand how discretionary investment managers can help to enhance their businesses in terms of client acquisition and satisfaction, and market position.
 
Clotworthy will report to David Muncaster, director of sales and marketing.
 
Rowlands began his career within the retail marketing team at UBS Global Asset Management and joins Bordier UK after five years with Brooks Macdonald. During his time as a marketing executive, he played an instrumental role in co-ordinating various campaign initiatives targeted at professional advisers and institutional investors, and was responsible for managing numerous third-party relationships, including authorised corporate directors, sales platforms and PR agencies.
 
Rowlands will report to head of marketing Lucy Goldsworthy.
 
Bordier UK CEO Jamie MacLeod says: "Our continuing success in attracting market-leading talent is underpinned by the delivery of industry-leading service standards to our loyal clients and introducers. The appointments add further depth and experience to our sales and marketing team, underline our commitment to the UK advisory space and means our sales effort will be galvanised as we start our 2017 campaign. Our reputation for outstanding investment performance, allied to the breadth of market-leading adviser specific solutions, means we can offer both direct and on platform opportunities to our introducers and clients.”
 

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