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RSM Tenon appoints ex-Santander multi-manager Speck

RSM Tenon has appointed former Santander multi-manager Keith Speck to its investment team.

In addition to managing the group’s model portfolios, Speck will also develop the discretionary management process and manage a number of bespoke high net worth client relationships.

Speck will report to RSM Tenon head of investment management Adrian Gough.

Speck left Santander last year and was replaced by Tom Caddick and Toby Vaughan, who joined the firm from LV= Asset Management.

RSM Tenon director of financial management John White says: “We are committed to developing our discretionary proposition and need a strong team to do this. Keith’s appointment strengthens the team and his knowledge and enthusiasm will help us achieve our aspirations.”

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