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Logan Allin joins Atlantic Trust as head of strategy and client experience

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Atlantic Trust, the private wealth management division of Invesco, has appointed Logan Allin to the newly created position of head of strategy and client experience.

"The addition of Logan underscores our commitment to accelerate the strides we are making to enhance our client experience," says Jack Markwalter, Atlantic Trust chairman and chief executive. "Our top priority is to equip our teams with the resources they need to provide the highest quality client service."

Allin brings more than a decade of wealth and asset management consulting and industry experience to his role. His near-term focus will be the development of a vision and strategic plan around the firm’s client and adviser experience, underpinned by an enhanced operations and technology platform. Allin will work closely with Invesco operations and technology leaders.

Allin is based in Atlantic Trust’s Newport Beach, California, office and reports to Markwalter.

Previously, Allin was a senior vice president in City National Bank’s wealth management division. He also held leadership positions at PricewaterhouseCoopers, EMC Corporation Consulting and Capgemini.

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