Investment manager re-joins Parmenion
Parmenion’s investment team is delighted to welcome Harry Garrett, who re-joins in his former role as an investment manager supporting the management of Parmenion’s suite of investment solutions.
Harry has spent six months as Head of Investment at a South West start-up.
Harry commented: “The challenge of taking a big role at a start-up is always an enticing prospect, and I couldn’t say no when I was offered the role last spring.
“Prior to this, I had worked for Parmenion for six years and know how the business grew and evolved. And although this was a very tough decision, Parmenion is heading somewhere exciting and I definitely want to be part of that success again.”
The re-hire marks a further strengthening of the investment team which added former Whitechurch Securities Head of Investment, Tom Sayers, to its ranks in 2019, to co-ordinate the management of over £6 billion across Parmenion‘s range of MPS solutions. Wealth manager Abika Martin also joined last year.
Managing Director, Peter Dalgliesh, added: “It is a ringing endorsement of all things Parmenion offers, that someone of Harry’s experience, professionalism and client focus has chosen to re-join our business. Attracting such talent and expertise is testimony to our success, delivery and growth.”
“I am delighted to welcome him back, as will many financial advisers, adding to my team’s broad capability and supporting our commitment to our clients, in what promises to be an exciting period for markets.”
The Parmenion investment team is made up of 11 experienced investment specialists with over 140 years of collective experience working within the financial sector. The Parmenion investment team are responsible for the oversight and management of £6bn for 1,500 financial advisers and 60,000 underlying UK investors.
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