Appointments update 5 February 2020

PTL has appointed Dan Richards as client director.

Based in the firms London office, Richards joins the team with over a decade of pensions experience, previously working on both corporate and trustee clients across a range of scheme sizes. Prior to this, he has worked at LCP, Deloitte, and Mercer.

Mercer has announced the re-appointment of Dan Melley as UK commercial leader of investment solutions.

Reporting to Mercer’s global commercial leader of investment solutions, Mick Dempsey, Melley will be responsible for client investment solutions, and overseeing the execution of the investment solutions strategy, distribution and growth. He brings over 22 years’ of experience to the role, including 17 years at Mercer at the start of his career. Melley has also held roles at Winton Capital Management and Putnam Investments.

Kempen Capital Management has named Lara Edmonstone-West as director.

The latest in a number of recent senior hires, Edmonstone-West joins with over 11 years of experience in the asset management industry. Previously, she was director for River and Mercantile Solutions and has also held roles at KPMG UK and Towers Watson.

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