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PSigma IM appoints Tom Becket as CIO

PSigma has appointed Tom Becket as chief investment officer and Tim Gregory as head of global equities.

Becket joined PSigma six years ago and is currently head of global investment strategy at the firm. Alongside responsibility for the Wealth Management Solutions strategies, Becket also heads up the balanced managed fund of funds offering.

PSigma Investment Management, which launched in 2002, has also passed £1bn in assets under management.

PSigma Investment Management managing director John Howard-Smith says: “Reaching £1 billion of assets under management must be testament to our client service culture and focus on absolute returns. Our philosophy is straightforward; we are dedicated to delivering personalised investment solutions to suit clients’ unique and changing financial objectives.”

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