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Quilter appoints CEO of multi-asset investment business

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Quilter has appointed Bambos Hambi as Chief Executive Officer of Quilter Investors, the firm’s multi-asset investment solutions business.Hambi brings a wealth of experience, including over 30 years in fund selection, joining from Aberdeen Standard Investments where he was Head of Multi-Manager Strategies and led one of largest fund selection teams in the UK. Prior to this he held various multi-manager roles at other firms, and during the early part of his career he spent a decade at Quilter. He will join towards the end of the year and take over from Paul Simpson who is retiring.

Hambi’s appointment adds to Quilter Investors’ existing investment capability and follows other recent hires including Helen Bradshaw and Ian Jensen-Humphreys, further strengthening the investment team.

Paul Feeney, Quilter plc CEO said: “I’m delighted Bambos is joining Quilter Investors. His skill and experience in manager and fund selection further strengthens our investment capability as we continue to build exceptional investment solutions that deliver for clients and advisers. He will succeed Paul Simpson who is retiring after a long and distinguished career and I am immensely grateful for Paul’s contribution to building Quilter Investors.”

Regarding his appointment, Bambos Hambi, says: “Having worked for Quilter at the beginning of my career it feels wonderful to be coming full circle and I’m thrilled I can be involved in the next phase of Quilter Investors growth.”
 

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