P-Solve Adds To Advisory Team

Feb 18 2008 | 9:42pm ET

Consultancy firm P-Solve Asset Solutions has beefed up its investment advisory team with three new hires. The U.K.-based firm has added Paul Kemmer and Peter Hill-King as investment advisers, and Sachin Patel as an investment associate.

In his new role, Kemmer will be addressing clients’ investment and risk management needs. He joins from Armajaro Securities, a provider of structured products for private banks and insurance companies.

Hill-King, whose focus at P-Solve will be on manager and investment research, joins from Aon Consulting where he was part of the research team from 2002. In October 2006, Hill-King became U.K. Research Leader, researching, amongst other things, global equity, hedge fund and infrastructure investment for institutional clients.

Finally, Patel has joined P-Solve’s investment advice team as an investment associate. He was formerly at Gissings.

All three new recruits report to Ross Leach, head of investment advice.

These three appointments follow soon after the recent appointments of Justin von Tunzelman and Rajdeep Hunjan.


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