Schroders strengthens Solutions
June 11, 2018

Schroders is today announcing that it has strengthened its Solutions business globally with a key hire to its London headquarters and the expansion of its US footprint. Patrick O'Sullivan has joined from JP Morgan Asset Management as a Strategist, based in London. He will report into Neil Walton, Head of Investment Solutions. 

O'Sullivan will work with clients globally, with a particular focus on Schroders' cashflow driven-investment (CDI) strategies alongside Senior Strategist Jon Exley. 

He was previously a Portfolio Strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management for two years where he also focused on developing CDI solutions. Prior to this, Patrick was a lecturer at the University of Southampton and he has also worked at the Bank of Ireland in the Global Markets department. 

Elsewhere, Edward Studd, Solutions Manager, has relocated from London to Schroders' New York office. Reporting into Seth Finkelstein, Head of US Portfolio Solutions, he will focus on engineering risk-managed solutions for North American pension clients. 

Schroders adds that Studd has already played a key role in the design of a range of Target Date Funds, which it launched exclusively for the Canadian defined contribution market last month. 





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Schroders is today announcing that it has strengthened its Solutions business globally with a key hire to its London headquarters and the expansion of its US footprint. Patrick O'Sullivan has joined from JP Morgan Asset Management as a Strategist, based in London. He will report into Neil Walton, Head of Investment Solutions. 

O'Sullivan will work with clients globally, with a particular focus on Schroders' cashflow driven-investment (CDI) strategies alongside Senior Strategist Jon Exley. 

He was previously a Portfolio Strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management for two years where he also focused on developing CDI solutions. Prior to this, Patrick was a lecturer at the University of Southampton and he has also worked at the Bank of Ireland in the Global Markets department. 

Elsewhere, Edward Studd, Solutions Manager, has relocated from London to Schroders' New York office. Reporting into Seth Finkelstein, Head of US Portfolio Solutions, he will focus on engineering risk-managed solutions for North American pension clients. 

Schroders adds that Studd has already played a key role in the design of a range of Target Date Funds, which it launched exclusively for the Canadian defined contribution market last month. 



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