Tatton IM wins contract to run Tenet Group managed portfolio service

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Julian Marr
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Tatton Investment Management has been appointed by Tenet Group to provide a managed portfolio service for Tenet's appointed representatives and directly authorised firms.

The three-year appointment of Tatton Asset Management's investment management arm follows Tenet's decision to remove its centrally supported advisory model portfolios and was made after a market review of managed portfolio service providers. Tenet chief executive Mark Scanlon said: "We remain committed to supporting our advisers' independence and, as one of the leading adviser support groups, we are constantly seeking to bring our members great solutions to help their clients meet their financial goals. Tenet reveals Mark Scanlon as successor to CEO Martin Greenwood "Advisers may w...

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