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ARC hires Schroder director to head London office

ARC hires Schroder director to head London office

Asset Risk Consultants (ARC) has appointed Guy Christie, formerly a client director of Schroders, as director of its London office once it opens its doors next month.

Christie was previously an investment director and member of the senior management team at Newton.

‘I am excited to be part of the continued growth of ARC as the business expands its operations into London,’ he said.

‘ARC is a business I have known and admired for many years. As the investment management industry becomes ever more complicated, ARC is in a powerful position to bring clarity and insight to investors.’

Founder and managing director of ARC Graham Harrison (pictured) added:  ‘The opening of our London office is an important step in the international development of our business and more efficient provision of services to UK based charities and private clients.

‘We are absolutely delighted to have Guy joining the firm at this important stage in our evolution. As a proverbial poacher turned gamekeeper, he brings many years of experience at the sharp end of the investment management industry to our business.'

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