AllenbridgeEpic Taps Investment Veteran As Senior Advisor

Jul 2 2013 | 4:50am ET

AllenbridgeEpic Investment Advisers, a leading investment adviser to UK pension funds, has added Steve Tyson as a senior adviser.

Tyson has over 30 years of investment experience. His last full-time role was as chief investment officer and CEO of Manulife Asset Management from 2004-2012, where he was responsible for £4 billion of assets under management and advice in a variety of asset allocation and equity strategies.

Previously, Tyson held the position of head of global equities at AXA Investment Managers, and head of U.S. equities at AXA IM and Sun Life Investment Management.

Anthony Yadgaroff, chairman of AllenbridgeEpic, said: “We are delighted that Steve has joined us as a senior adviser. During his career, Steve has managed a wide range of defined benefit and defined contribution pension funds and, for the last 10 years, has specialized in strategic and tactical asset allocation strategies. This puts him in an excellent position to provide independent investment advice to AllenbridgeEpic’s pension fund clients.”

With headquarters in London, AllenbridgeEpic has representative offices in Glasgow and Lancaster and provides independent investment experts, all of whom held senior positions in the investment industry, to advise local government and corporate pension schemes, charity trustees, investment committees, pension managers and sponsors on investment-related issues.


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