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Cerno Capital hires business development director from Investec
20/01/2017 , News Team

Global investment manager Cerno Capital has appointed Tom Milnes as business development director, to assist with the firm’s intermediary client relationships and enhance compliance with investment needs.  

Mr Milnes joins Cerno Capital from Investec Wealth & Investment where he was a business development director. Prior to this, he has assumed roles in investment sales at LV Asset Management and Rathbones. Mr Milnes is also an associate of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (CISI).

During his previous role at Investec, Mr Milnes was a business developer for the discretionary management service. Within his new role at Cerno Capital, he will be responsible for developing the company’s intermediary relationships which include financial advisers, consultants, professional firms and other relevant institutions.

According to the firm, his addition to the team indicates a significant step within Cerno’s mission to continuously improve its services to clients, successfully manage relationships and enhance its credibility as a boutique investment and wealth manager.

Nicholas Hornby, managing partner of Cerno Capital, said: “We are delighted to welcome Tom to the team where his extensive experience will be hugely valuable. Tom is well respected in the industry, and his first-hand knowledge of working with intermediaries to meet clients’ investment needs is excellent, making him a strong addition to the Cerno team.”


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