Private Bank Funds I - Dynamic Multi-Asset Fund (EUR)
European Bank & Business Centre 6, route de Trèves
+352 34 101
,Lead Manager since October 14, 2015
Tony Lanning, managing director, serves as the Adviser for TAP Managed Alternatives Strategy, providing advice on both investment and disinvestment opportunities in relation to the Strategy. He joined the J.P. Morgan Specialised Strategies Investment Team in 2013 as a London-based Portfolio Manager with specific responsibility for the Fusion range of Multi-Asset Portfolios, which combine traditional asset classes with alternative and structured investments, and are actively managed to optimise risk-adjusted returns. He is also a member of the firm Investment Management Advisory Council.
Prior to J.P. Morgan, Mr. Lanning was a Director of Multi-Assets at Henderson Global Investors, co-managing its range of Multi-Manager funds, including the Multi-Manager Absolute Return Fund. Before joining Henderson, Mr. Lanning held a number of senior roles in the fund management industry, including Head of Multi-Assets at Gartmore Investment Management (which was subsequently acquired by Henderson) and Head of Collectives Research at the private bank Arbuthnot Latham&Co.
Mr. Lanning holds a diploma in Business Studies, is an Associate of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI), and holds the Investment Management Certificate from the CFA Society of the UK and Certificate in Financial Planning from the Chartered Insurance Institute.
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