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Gresham House appoints Head of Compliance


Alternative asset manager Gresham House has appointed Geoff Lambert as Head of Compliance, effective 19 August 2019. Based out of the firm’s London office, Lambert will report to Samee Khan, General Counsel and Company Secretary of Gresham House.

Lambert joins Gresham House from Nikko Asset Management Europe (NAME), where he was responsible for leading the compliance team to ensure NAME met all its regulatory responsibilities, implementing MAR regulation and conducting ongoing project work for MiFID II, including project implementation. Lambert has more than a decade of industry experience, having previously held compliance roles at Henderson Global Investors and Royal London Asset Management.
Khan says: “Geoff is an excellent addition to the team, with an impressive track record in building and overseeing effective compliance frameworks. The regulatory landscape for asset managers is complex and Geoff has the credentials to ensure Gresham House has best in class practices in place. He joins at an exciting time for Gresham House, with the strong appetite of both institutions and individuals for alternative investments fuelling our continued growth.”
Lambert adds: “I am pleased to be joining Gresham House, one of the fastest growing managers in the alternatives space. I look forward to working with the team to develop their compliance platform to support future business needs effectively and ensure that we maintain the highest compliance standards.”

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