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Cofunds names four new senior managers

Cofunds names four new senior managers

Cofunds, the platform with more than £60 billion of assets under administration, has made four appointments to its senior management team.

Graham Jackson has become operations director, responsible for service delivery to all of the platform’s clients. He was formerly customer services director for the Investor Portfolio Service at Legal & General, which owns Cofunds.

Hugh May has been named change director; he was a director at Suffolk Life for nine years, and was also retail firms supervision manager at the FSA.

Simon Lloyd has been appointed financial director; he has joined Cofunds from a role in operational finance at Aegon, before which he was chief financial officer at Skandia UK.

Finally, former structured product specialist at L&G Mike Carpenter has moved into a new role as head of institutional operations at Cofunds.

‘With our new senior team in place, we look forward to growing the business further in 2014 and building and improving on our current position of strength in the market,’ said David Hobbs (pictured), chief executive of Cofunds.

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