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Coram hires Yearsley and Geikie-Cobb for new advisory board

Coram hires Yearsley and Geikie-Cobb for new advisory board

Ben Yearsley and Peter Geikie-Cobb will join Coram Asset Management's new advisory board. 

The boutique, which part of the MitonOptimal Group, has described the board as 'a collection of individuals who can offer specific knowledge and expertise to the company', offering input on a number of industry related matters.

Coram director James Sullivan (pictured) said: 'We are grateful to Ben and Peter for accepting our invitation to join the Coram Advisory Board and crystallise our long term relationships. With their complementary skill sets and collective experience in our market, we believe they will offer tremendous value.’

Yearsley said: ‘I have long admired James and what Coram represents and am pleased to come on board at this exciting time for the business.' 

Peter Geikie-Cobb added: ‘ I am very much looking forward to playing an advisory role within the MitonOptimal Group, a team I have enjoyed working with for many years, at this stage of the business’s development’.

Yearsley is currenty a director of regional IFA firm Shore Financial Planning. He is best known for his 15-year spell at Hargreaves Lansdown. 

Meanwhile Geikie-Cobb was managing director of Matterley, the fund management division of Charles Stanley, from 2015 to 2016 where he also managed the Bond Opportunities Fund.

Proir to this, he served as a partner during a 10-year spell at Thames River.


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