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Carillon Tower Advisers makes senior sales appointments

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Carillon Tower Advisers’ affiliate Raymond James Financial International has appointed Gerrit Van Gorp as Head of Sales/Continental Europe, and Kevin Lloyd as Head of UK/Ireland Wholesale Sales.

Lloyd and Van Gorp expand the capabilities in London of Carillon Tower Advisers, a global multi-boutique asset management firm.
 
The two strategic appointments strengthen the existing local sales presence for Carillon Tower Advisers and its ability to serve investors in the United Kingdom and Europe. Lloyd will be responsible for the UK and Ireland wholesale market, and Van Gorp will be responsible for sales in Continental Europe. They will report to Don Pepin, Head of Institutional Sales. As employees of Raymond James Financial International Ltd. they will introduce clients to a lineup of products from Carillon Tower Advisers’ affiliates.
  
“We are excited to expand in London and to welcome Kevin and Gerrit,” says Cooper Abbott (pictured), President of Carillon Tower Advisers. “Our affiliates have been actively serving institutional clients in the UK and Europe for over a decade, and these additions mark a critical step as we look to serve the growing needs of current and prospective investors in these regions.”
 
“With the addition of Gerrit and Kevin, we feel we have the experience and knowledge to support our increased focus on finding solutions for a growing base of European institutional investors,” says Pepin. 
 
Van Gorp brings nearly 25 years of experience, most recently with Fullerton Fund Management, where he was head of business development, overseeing all European markets. Prior to joining Fullerton Fund Management, Van Gorp worked briefly for Cairn Capital and was chief marketing officer for Pictet Asset Management. 
 
Lloyd has over 20 years of industry experience and previously worked at Allianz Global Investors, where his responsibilities included discretionary fund sales in London and raising the profile of the firm across a broad base of UK clients. Before that, Lloyd was a business development manager at Franklin Templeton Investments. 
 
“This team and our growing presence in London demonstrate our long-term commitment to expanding distribution in Europe through existing and new channels,” says Aaron J Ochstein, global head of sales at Carillon Tower Advisers.
 
Together with its affiliates, Carillon Tower Advisers has more than USD64.6 billion in assets under management and advisementand has been servicing business in the United Kingdom and Europe for 12 years. 

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