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Richmond House strengthens investment management team

Harry DriscollRichmond House Investment Services Limited (RHIS) has strengthened its investment management team with the appointment of Harry Driscoll as Fund Research Analyst.

His appointment brings to three the number of investment professionals managing £150 million of assets across the seven portfolios in the RHIS stable.

The portfolios are run on a ‘discretionary’ basis meaning that decisions regarding the composition of an investment portfolio are made by the Investment Managers in real time.

Harry’s role will include handling fund manager meetings, providing quantitative and qualitative analysis as well as contributing to asset allocation and strategy decisions.

Harry has passed all three levels of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exam and is a CFA charterholder. The CFA Charter is considered to be the gold standard in the investment industry and is a combination of passing three rigorous exams and having over four years of investment experience.

Prior to joining Richmond House Investment Services, he was Senior Research Analyst for a City based company, where he carried out fund research across a wide range of sectors, as well as on tax-efficient products, such as VCTs and EISs.

Emma Wilkinson , Investment Management Director at RHG, who heads up the team said: “The success of our clients’ investments relies on careful, intelligent research and experience to identify the right funds in which to invest.

“Harry’s appointment adds further depth to our team, increasing our capacity for detailed fund analysis. His existing knowledge will provide a valuable contribution to our fund selection process.”

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