Waverton Investment Management has appointed Ian Enslin to its charities team.
Enslin, who has managed large charity and institutional money in his previous roles, will be actively involved in contributing to Waverton’s investment process as well as the take-on and management of new mandates. He will also be instrumental in further developing the service offered to charities.
Enslin complements the core charities team, comprising directors with an average of 21 years in the industry. As part of this team, Enslin focuses on managing segregated, multi and single asset class investment mandates.
Enslin says: “I am very pleased to join Waverton because it is one of the few houses left in the industry that truly invests globally through direct securities to construct transparent segregated portfolios, backed by internally generated research. They also put a strong emphasis on the service element of a client relationship, a feature which is often overlooked by the sector.”
James Pike, head of charities, says: “There is a growing need for a highly personalised investment service in the charities sector. We recognise this as a firm and are therefore focused on continuing to give our clients the opportunity to work directly with their portfolio managers. Our charities clients will benefit significantly from Ian’s strategic thinking in the investment arena.”