Hargreaves Lansdown taps Brown Shipley's investment chief for CIO role

Toby Vaughan joins

Valeria Martinez
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Hargreaves Lansdown has appointed Toby Vaughan as its new chief investment officer to oversee its £8.6bn fund management business, Investment Week can reveal.

Vaughan joined the firm on 31 May after more than four years at Brown Shipley, the UK arm of Quintet Private Bank Group. He joined the firm in October 2018 as CIO and was later given additional responsibilities as group head of investment management.  Prior to Brown Shipley, he was head of multi strategy solutions at Santander Asset Management, fund manager at LV Asset Management and director of asset allocation at F&C Asset Management. He is a former winner of Investment Week's Fund Manager of the Year Award. Hargreaves Lansdown launches US equity fund In his new role, he will be ...

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