O'Hara promoted to head of HBOS funds

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Robert O'Hara has joined Invista Real Estate Investment Management (Invista REIM) as head of HBOS funds it was announced today.

O’Hara will head up a team of six investment professionals to manage HBOS mandates, with a total value of £5bn. He has considerable experience in managing HBOS funds, having managed the HBOS Unitised Fund when he joined Invista in 2004, and has grown the unitised funds from £600m to more than £3bn. Duncan Owen, chief executive of Invista, comments: “As Robert’s responsibilities to date have included the management of a significant proportion of HBOS funds under management, his appointment to Head of HBOS funds is a natural progression. We believe his skills and experience will prove inva...

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