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Psigma hires Quilter Cheviot's Lacey as business director

Psigma hires Quilter Cheviot's Lacey as business director

Psigma Investment Management has hired Nick Lacey from Quilter Cheviot as its business development director.

Lacey joined Quilter Cheviot asset management in 2011 where he was responsible for developing their full IFA proposition. In his new role he will report to Frank McGarry, director of business development and marketing.

'Nick’s experience in the adviser market is highly valuable to us as we continue to grow our business. He joins a great team and will work with advisers who understand the benefits of multi-asset investing and expect excellent service,' McGarry said.

Before Quilter, Nick was a professional rugby player before spending six years in Shanghai at a boutique private client managing European expatriates. 

In 2006 he moved back to the UK, working on the HNW international desk for Barclays Wealth. 

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