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SEI expands UK institutional team with appointment of head of alternative lead generation

Friday, January 11, 2019

Laxman Pai, Opalesque Asia:

SEI has appointed Katherine Lynas as Head of Alternative Lead Generation and Defined Benefit Consultant Relations for its Institutional Group as part of its UK institutional team expansion plan.

Lynas will be responsible for managing SEI's relationships with U.K. fiduciary management consultants, as well as continuing to build relationships with professional trustees and other key influencers in the fiduciary management market. She will report to Ian Love, Head of SEI's Institutional Group, EMEA and Asia.

With over 20 years' experience in the U.K. pensions industry, Lynas joins SEI from XPS Investment, where she served as Principal and Head of Operations following four years as Head of Manager Research in pre-merger Punter Southall Investment Consulting.

Prior to her role at Punter Southall Investment Consulting, Lynas worked at Camradata Analytical Services for more than five years, lastly as Director of Research and Consulting.

Ian Love, Head of SEI's Institutional Group EMEA and Asia, said: "Her significant investment consultancy experience will prove invaluable as we continue to grow and cement our relationships with both fiduciary management consultants and professional trustees. We look forward to working with her to further build our business in the U.K. market."

Katherine's appointment follows a series of senior appointments within SEI's U.K. Institutional Group, including Louise Whyte, Director of Defined Contributi......................

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