Ninety One head of London wealth Kennedy to exit after 23 years

Wil Jeffs to take over

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Rodger Kennedy, head of London wealth for Ninety One, is set to leave the firm after 23 years.

A spokesperson for Ninety One said Wil Jeffs, who has worked on Ninety One's wealth team for six years, would be promoted to head of London wealth in Kennedy's place and lead the firm's overall UK wealth team alongside Denis Skeate, head of regional sales. Kennedy assumed his current position in 2018, when Ninety One (then Investec Asset Management) created a London wealth branch, promoting Kennedy from his role as sales director to head up the team. He began his career in financial services in 1997 as a stockbroker at Bell Lawrie, before joining Investec Asset Management in 2000. ...

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