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Close Brothers hires PSigma multi-asset specialist

Close Brothers hires PSigma multi-asset specialist

Close Brothers Asset Management has hired PSigma Investment Management's Seton Craven.

Seton, who was responsible for running multi-asset portfolios for high net worth families and trusts at PSigma, joins as an investment director in Close's bespoke investment management team, headed by former Wealth Manager cover star Nancy Curtin (pictured).

Commenting on the appointment, Curtin said in a statement: 'This new hire, our third in four months, demonstrates our ongoing commitment to putting relationships at the heart of our bespoke service and crafting investment solutions around each client’s specific needs.'

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