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T. Rowe Price appoints John Yule to head of UK intermediary role

T. Rowe Price has hired John Yule as head of UK intermediary relationship management for UK and Ireland.

T. Rowe Price has hired John Yule as head of UK intermediary relationship management for UK and Ireland.

Yule, who joins the independent asset manager later this month, was previously at F&C for 20 years until last January, most recently as head of UK retail.

According to T. Rowe Price, Yule’s appointment is in keeping with its focus on the UK wholesale and advisory markets.

Peter Preisler, head of global investment services – EMEA, says: “UK intermediary is a crucial market for T. Rowe Price and appointing someone of John’s calibre emphasises our commitment to this space.

John brings a wealth of experience to T. Rowe Price and will allow us to further strengthen our existing wholesale and advisory relationships.”

Yule adds: “T. Rowe Price’s investment edge is built on its unwavering commitment to fundamental research and I really look forward to further highlighting the group’s capabilities to the UK market.”

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