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Liddle joins Church House to help drive MPS launch

Liddle joins Church House to help drive MPS launch

Former Wealth Manager cover star Sam Liddle has joined Church House Investments as sales director and will help drive the growth of its new managed portfolio service (MPS).

Church House is to launch a range of risk-graded multi-asset portfolios, which will be based on the group's existing bespoke private client service and made available to financial advisers.

Chief investment officer, James Mahon says: 'We have been managing risk-graded portfolios since the company started in 2000 and feel that our competitive pricing and a strong performance record will provide IFAs with a viable alternative to the many highly priced DFMs with less proven track records.'

Liddle (pictured) joins from Albemarle Street Partners after having previously worked at Miton and Legg Mason.

In separate news, Church House is to rename its Tenax fund the Church House Tenax Absolute Return Strategies fund.

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