JOHCM poaches regional sales head from Janus Henderson

New intermediary sales role

Beth Brearley
Turner has been at Janus Henderson since 2010

Turner has been at Janus Henderson since 2010

JO Hambro Capital Management (JOHCM) has hired Richard Turner from Janus Henderson Investors to oversee intermediary sales in Southern England.

Turner has been at Janus Henderson since 2010 and is currently associate director with responsibility for whole of market sales across the Midlands and East Anglia. He will join JOHCM on 1 July. JOHCM chief leaves firm Gavin White, head of UK intermediary sales, said: "Richard is a highly experienced and knowledgeable sales professional with a proven ability to build commercial relationships. He is a great addition to the team." JOHCM has £12.2bn of assets under management within its UK and Ireland-registered OEIC fund range, as at 31 March 2019, with total assets under management ...

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