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Latest News  01/07/2015

Cornelian Asset Managers appoint new non-executive directors

Cornelian Asset Managers, the Edinburgh-based investment house are delighted to announce the appointment of Andrew Barrie as a non-executive director. A former investment manager and analyst, Barrie was founder and CEO of the successful investment risk analysis business Barrie & Hibbert.

Commenting on Andrew Barrie’s appointment, Cornelian CEO Jeremy Richardson said:“Andrew has extensive technical experience as an investment manager and in the field of investment risk analysis – skills highly relevant for our customer base.”

Cornelian is also delighted to announce the appointment of Gordon Coull as non-executive director - formerly senior audit partner in the asset management practice of Ernst & Young LLP.  Jeremy Richardson notes “Gordon brings extensive technical knowledge of commercial audits and of a wide range of regulatory issues particularly with regard to investment funds.  His experience will complement that of fellow Board members.  We are delighted that both new directors have agreed to join us at this stage of Cornelian’s growth and look forward to their contributions.”

Jeremy Richardson
Chief Executive Officer

Latest News  13/07/2017

Quarterly Investment Webinar - July 2017

Catch up on the recording of our latest Investment Webinar, where you can find out from Hector Kilpatrick and David Appleton why we believe this is not the time to be fully 'risk on', why we are warming to Japanese equities and where we see value in global markets...

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Latest News  29/06/2017

How do Cornelian stack up in Edinburgh's competitive Wealth Management space?

Online adviser discussion platform, DISCUS interviewed Cornelian's Marcus Brooks and Hector Kilpatrick to hear how Cornelian stack up against the many discretionary fund managers based in and around Edinburgh. At a guess, how many do you think there are? Ten, fifteen, twenty perhaps...

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