Tatton IM boosts sales team with four hires

Covering London and South East, and Wilmslow office

New hire John Ryan joins to cover London and the South East

New hire John Ryan joins to cover London and the South East

Tatton Investment Management has expanded its sales efforts with the hire of four new members in its business development team.

Formerly of Santander Asset Management and Highland Capital Partners, John Ryan joins to cover London and the South East alongside Craig Coates, who joins from Morningstar. Tatton IM hires chief investment strategist Formerly of Royal London and P2P lender The House Crow respectively, Katherine Lategan and Damian Ainsley will join the firm's Wilmslow office. Sales director Justine Randall said: "We have worked exceptionally hard during the pandemic to repay the trust advisers have placed in us and so the timing is perfect to add account management support from Wilmslow. "We have...

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