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London CIV appoints Chief of Staff

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London Collective Investment Vehicle (LCIV) has appointed Kristina Ingate as Chief of Staff, with responsibility for the company secretariat, governance and strategic planning.

Ingate has a wide range of governance experience following a number of senior roles in both the public and private sector, including Highways England, Peabody and in financial services.
 
Mark Hyde-Harrison, LCIV Chief Executive, says: “We are delighted to welcome Kristina to LCIV. Kristina’s extensive governance experience is a valuable addition as we enhance our relationship with our members and stakeholders, and continue to deliver investment opportunities and greater cost efficiencies.”
 
Kristina Ingate, LCIV Chief of Staff, says: “I believe good governance is a key to healthy successful organisations. I hope my experience will help LCIV achieve its strategic goals and meet stakeholder expectations. Quality investment management to deliver good pensions is important. I am excited to be joining LCIV at this phase in its development.”
 
Earlier this year LCIV reviewed its governance structure with its members and has developed recommendations, which have since been approved by its board, that deliver the original vision for LCIV while responding to wider changes in the local authority pension fund landscape.
 
Last week the pooling vehicle launched a new fund, the LCIV RBC Sustainable Equity Fund, managed by RBC Global Asset Management (UK) Ltd and seed funded by the London Borough of Merton pension scheme. 

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