Reech AiM Taps New Client Services Head

Oct 11 2012 | 8:42am ET

Luxembourg-based asset manager Reech AiM Group has appointed Daniel Betts as client services director.

Betts joins Reech from Aviva Investors, where he was most recently client relationship manager, providing client services to both wholesale and institutional clients. Prior to that, Betts was part of the investment sales support team at Aviva Investors.

Based in London, Betts will oversee all client service functions including relationship management, sales support, marketing and market research. He will report directly to Christophe Reech, CEO, Reech AiM Group.

Betts' appointment follows the recent recruitment of new sales teams in its London and Singapore offices.

Said Reech, in a statement: “Reech is in a very exciting stage of development, with a strong platform for growth. Daniel’s appointment continues a phase of investment in new talent to help us provide greater added value for our clients. Daniel’s strong experience of client relations, retention and also business development, will add immediate value as we look to expand the company’s presence into new global markets and build on its product offering.”

Founded in 2006, The Reech AiM Group currently manages four strategies covering Asia Pacific equities, real estate, managed futures and US long/short. The strategies are aimed at institutional investors, wealth managers, family offices and high net worth individuals.


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