RWC Partners appoints head of investment strategy

Arthur GrigoryantsLondon-based investment house RWC Partners has appointed Arthur Grigoryants to the newly-created role of head of investment strategy. Grigoryants moves to RWC after 12 years with Stonehage Fleming, where he worked as head of investments and, most recently, as joint chief investment officer. He previously spent three years as a consultant with Mercer. In his new post at RWC he will focus on investment, strategic and management issues. RWC chief executive Dan Mannix said: “We have known Arthur for many years and his background as a consultant and an investment manager make him well placed to understand the challenges our clients are facing. “The environment is rapidly changing and we think it critically important that we invest in our infrastructure to ensure we retain our focus on our clients and supporting their needs.” RWC Partners has over $10 billion (€9.5 billion) of assets under management. ©2017 funds europe

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