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Sanlam Private Investments appoints wealth management head

Sanlam Private Investments has appointed Ian Porter to the newly created role of head of wealth management.

Porter joins from Alexander Forbes where he was head of wealth management.

Sanlam says Porter will be responsible for growing the business and extending its presence in the UK.

SPI is the discretionary fund management arm of the Sanlam group.

SPI chief executive Craig Massey says: “Ian will be working with us to develop a strategic direction for our burgeoning wealth management business, providing a superior service for high net worth individuals, in line with our core ethos of putting clients at the heart of all we do.”

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