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Heartwood adds three to team


Heartwood Investment Management, the asset management arm of Handelsbanken in the UK, has made three new appointments.

Siobhan Pandya has joined as Head of Investment Communications. Pandya is responsible for developing and implementing the content and marketing strategy for Heartwood. She has extensive experience of generating and managing cross-asset content, having previously spent seven years at M&G Investments, most recently as Head of Equities Market Content. Siobhan has also held roles at Henderson Global Investors, Merrill Lynch and JP Morgan.
Alistair Campbell and Nikki Howes have joined as Investment Associates. Campbell’s primary area of research is alternatives and he is assisting Charu Lahiri in the management of the Heartwood Alternatives Fund. Prior to joining Heartwood, he worked as a Portfolio Manager at Sarasin & Partners where he focussed on liquid hedge fund strategies. He began his career in Investment Management in 2013 as an Analyst at Societe Generale Private Bank.
Howes is working with Michael Stanes on the management of the Growth Investment Strategy, while her primary area of research is equities. Before joining Heartwood, she worked in the Investment Banking division of JP Morgan and began her career at UBS in London.
Noland Carter, Chief Investment Officer and Head of Heartwood Investment Management, says: “We are delighted to welcome Siobhan, Alistair and Nikki to Heartwood. The strength of Heartwood’s proposition is down to the quality of our professional team and Siobhan, Alistair and Nikki will undoubtedly play a vital role in Heartwood’s growth as we continue to evolve our approach to multi asset investing.”
Heartwood Investment Management is a global multi-asset investment manager for private, institutional and charity clients as well as external intermediary firms. Heartwood offers a range of investment strategies intended to suit various return objectives and levels of risk tolerance. Its straightforward investment proposition is designed to optimise the expertise of a high calibre, experienced team of professionals to benefit clients with portfolios of all sizes.

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