Matthew Hull named president of CISI South Coast

Replaces Abby Johnson

Julia Bahr
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The South Coast branch of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) has appointed investment manager Matthew Hull as its president.

Hull (pictured) replaces Abby Johnson, who became the second woman to become president in the branch's history in March 2019.  Hull works at investment management firm O-IM. Prior to his current role, he was co-manager of the TAMAC Global Champions Fund and investment manager at Rockfire Capital. Hull earlier worked at Raymond James, where he was co-managing discretionary investment portfolios and responsible for business development during the Covid-19 pandemic. His career began as a paraplanner at Southampton-based ABC 123 before he became pension communications coordinator at Frien...

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