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Tatton Investment Management makes hire to raise profile of DFM service
11/04/2018 , News Team

London-based Tatton Investment Management, the asset management arm of Tatton Asset Management, has appointed Roddi Vaughan-Thomas as head of communications.

Mr Vaughan-Thomas joins from Powerscourt Group, where he acted as a financial services consultant. At Tatton, he will lead strategic communications and marketing functions raising the status and understanding of Tatton’s “low charge platform based” discretionary fund management (DFM) investment service.

Prior to Powerscourt Group, Mr Vaughan-Thomas was a financial services managing director at Hume Brophy, and was also an executive director at Broadgate Mainland (now Four Broadgate).

“Being able to attract people of Roddi’s calibre is an endorsement of our progress and our commitment to build on the achievements we have made. His experience and expertise will increase awareness and understanding of Tatton and enhance the growth of the business,” said Lothar Mentel, chief executive of Tatton Investment Management.

Founded in 2011 and managing over £4.4 billion of client money, Tatton Investment Management is part of the Tatton Asset Management group of companies and provides investment management to the clients of 256 UK independent financial advisers through its discretionary fund management service.
 

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