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Fulcrum Asset Management makes senior hire to investment team
13/02/2018 , News Team

Fulcrum Asset Management has named Mark Horne as a director within the newly created Fulcrum alternative strategies team and will report to partner, Matthew Roberts. 

Mr Horne previously worked as an independent asset management consultant where he assisted fund management firms, principally in London and Paris, in developing their product presentation materials and pitching skills, critiquing product propositions and investment processes, delivering training, creating and editing internal and external product materials and developing product-related databases.

Prior to that he was a senior credit manager researcher at Willis Towers Watson and was director of client services at Natixis Global Associates.

The newly created Fulcrum alternative strategies team was created to provide investors with additional sources of investment return including real assets and alternative credit. 

Founded in 2004, Fulcrum Asset Management is an independent, employee owned business with a global client base of institutions, wealth managers and private investors. It has assets under management of £4.7 billion and employs 67 individuals. 

 

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