Toby Vaughan starts his new role as Chief Investment Officer (CIO)

We are delighted to announce that Toby Vaughan has today started his new role as Chief Investment Officer (CIO), following his appointment in August.

Toby joins from Santander Asset Management, where he was Head of the Multi Strategy Solutions Team and responsible for the oversight of more than £14bn of assets across a range of investments.

In his new role, Toby is responsible for Brown Shipley’s Research and Asset Management unit, and will lead efforts to further strengthen Brown Shipley’s investment capabilities.

In his 17 years in the fund management industry, Toby and his teams have received numerous accolades and industry recognition for the management of portfolios and processes, both in the UK and internationally, including the Fund of Funds Investment Week Fund Manager of the Year award.

Commenting on the appointment, Alan Mathewson, CEO at Brown Shipley, said: “I am delighted to welcome Toby to Brown Shipley today and look forward to working with him. As an experienced Asset Management professional, I am confident that he will further enhance our investment management proposition and, ultimately, the quality of service we can offer to clients.”       

Commenting on his appointment, Toby Vaughan added: “I am thrilled to have joined Brown Shipley and look forward to playing an active role in the firms continued development in line with Alan’s vision. I am looking forward to working with my team and the opportunity to build on its excellent track record.”

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