KCM: Kempen strengthens UK team

23 October 2018

KCM publishes on her website:

“Kempen Capital Management (Kempen) has strengthened its UK team with two new appointments filling newly created roles. Alastair Greenlees has been appointed as Senior Investment Strategist and Craig Stevenson has been appointed as Consultant Relations Director.

Craig Stevenson will focus on Kempen’s institutional presence in the UK, responsible for developing the distribution of fiduciary management and discrete investment strategies through investment consultants. Craig has over 20 years of experience within the pension and investment industry from both an investment consulting and asset management perspective. Prior to joining Kempen, he was Head of Institutional and Consultant Relations at Old Mutual Global Investors and a Senior Investment Consultant in the hedge fund manager research team at Willis Towers Watson.

Alastair Greenlees will be working with Kempen’s institutional fiduciary clients. In this role, he will set and develop investment strategies to meet the requirements of fiduciary clients as well as conducting research into innovative asset classes. Prior to joining Kempen, Greenlees was a Senior Investment Consultant at Willis Towers Watson. Alastair has 10 years of experience within the pension, governance and investment industry gained from working with clients in the UK, Australia, Asia, Europe and North America.

Johan Cras, Managing Director, comments: “We have created these two new roles to handle the demand for our client solutions and our plans to grow in the UK market. We already work closely with major investment consultants to help clients make use of our investment funds – and with Craig on the team look forward to taking this further. Equally, Alastair will bring a depth of experience in working with asset owners that will further distinguish our approach to fiduciary management.” ”

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