Wealth Manager - the site for professional investment managers

Register to get unlimited access to Citywire’s fund manager database. Registration is free and only takes a minute.

Kames boosts discretionary distribution team with SLI hire

Kames boosts discretionary distribution team with SLI hire

Kames Capital has hired Dan Churchouse as a business development manager from Standard Life Investments, where he covered the London discretionary and advisory sales market.

Churchouse will bring the sales team up to 15 and will report to head of retail Steve Kenny, has also worked for Legg Mason and Bloomberg in a sales capacity.

Kenny says: ‘Dan is joining the retail sales team at a very exciting time for the business, as we look to build on the considerable success we have enjoyed in recent years both in the UK and continental Europe.'

Leave a comment!

Please sign in or register to comment. It is free to register and only takes a minute or two.
Citywire TV
Play On the Road Challenge: Clay pigeon shooting with Thesis' Lansdowne

On the Road Challenge: Clay pigeon shooting with Thesis' Lansdowne

Eleanor Mahmoud goes clay shooting at the National Clay Shooting Centre with Sam Lansdowne from Thesis Asset Management

Play AA-rated Flood on gov't bonds: 'the maths doesn't add up'

AA-rated Flood on gov't bonds: 'the maths doesn't add up'

He also addresses why his Newton Multi-Asset Income fund has such a high cash weighting and why he sees renewables as such a good opportunity.

Play AAA-rated Ali: Identifying the peripheral European plays

AAA-rated Ali: Identifying the peripheral European plays

Citywire AAA-rated Tawhid Ali thinks that plenty of good stocks in the European periphery are being thrown out with the proverbial bath water.

Read More
Your Business: Cover Star Club

Profile: Brewin's Cardiff boss on the Welsh opportunity

Profile: Brewin's Cardiff boss on the Welsh opportunity

Prior to becoming head of Brewin Dolphin Cardiff, Welshman David Myrddin-Evans had only previously visited the city to watch the rugby.

Wealth Manager on Twitter