Quilter Investors' Gillham on creating 'one business focused on multi-asset' after Buxton separation

Separating multi-asset and single-strategy divisions

Laura Dew
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Anthony Gillham, head of investment at Quilter Investors
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Anthony Gillham, head of investment at Quilter Investors

Anthony Gillham, head of investment at Quilter Investors, has outlined plans for the business to become a "proper asset manager focused on multi-asset" as it separates from Richard Buxton's single-strategy arm at Old Mutual Global Investors (OMGI).

Quilter, formerly known as Old Mutual Wealth, listed on the London Stock Exchange today (25 June) in the culmination of its 'managed separation' process from parent company Old Mutual.  The firm includes the multi-asset focused Quilter Investors, which was carved out of Richard Buxton-led Old Mutual Global Investors (OMGI), with the remaining single strategy part sold in a £600m deal to TA Associates and senior OMGI management.  As a result, Quilter Investors will have to initially pay the as-yet-unnamed single strategy business for use of its operations and support until it is fully ...

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