Rothschild Asset Management has added to its multi-manager team and recruited Ari Towli from Quilter...
Rothschild Asset Management has added to its multi-manager team and recruited Ari Towli from Quilter & Co, writes Robert Stock.
At Rothschild Towli, who has worked as an assistant fund manager since 1996, will provide quantitative research evaluating new funds and monitoring existing portfolios.
He joins later this month after Rothschild has met Standard & Poor's as part of a review of what ratings the Five Arrows branded £1bn plus multi-manager range of funds will carry.
S&P suspended ratings on the individual funds in the service and put them under review after former managers Gary Potter, Robert Burdett and Kelly Prior left to join Credit Suisse and were replaced by Bambos Hambi and his team.
Towli's appointment follows the recruitment in April of Bambos Hambi and Marcus Brookes to run the service and the further hiring of Alexandra Man in June from Bacon & Woodrow.
Rothschild has appointed Dean Lush as head of private client wealth management replacing Rupert Robinson who is leaving in October to join Beaumont Capital Management.
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