Thesis AM appoints investment manager amid growth plans

Set to continue acquisitions in 2018

Victoria McKeever
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Thesis Asset Management has appointed former Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) head of Canadian equities, Tim Harman, as an investment manager as part of the firm's growth plans.

Harman (pictured) will be responsible for new and existing client relationships, as well as helping to grow assets for Thesis's Guildford office, which currently manages more than £120m. He joins Thesis as it looks to expand following the acquisition of DFM Cambridge Fund Managers in November 2017. Thesis hopes to make more acquisitions in the coming months. Harman, who has more than 15 years of experience in financial services, has also held roles at BMO Financial Group and PricewaterhouseCoopers. "With discretionary investment management growing in popularity as advisers delegate...

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