Edinburgh-based asset management advisory firm Devlin Mambo have announced the appointment of Andrew Milligan to the position of board advisor.
Milligan is the former Head of Global Strategy at asset management giant Abrdn.
“Given Andrew’s significant industry knowledge and senior experience at a FTSE 100 asset management company, he will bring a strategic lens, considered direction and effective challenge to the board,” said Devlin Mambo.
“Andrew will join Trevor Keay, Devlin Mambo’s incumbent board advisor.
“Andrew has held an array of positions within financial services, including international economist, asset allocator and chief investment strategist, guiding fund managers and their clients globally as they took investment decisions.
“Andrew is an accomplished public speaker, writer, independent trustee, and continues his work for the Society of Professional Economists as a Fellow and Council member.”
Devlin Mambo co-founder and managing partner Graeme Devlin said: “We are delighted and honoured to be able to work with Andrew.
“Not only is he very well regarded and exceptional in his field, but he also brings a strategic lens to Devlin Mambo at a key juncture for our business.
“He will, no doubt, ensure we continue to maintain the high standards we set when interacting with our clients and bring considered thoughts to our forward-looking strategy. We can’t wait to get started.”
Devlin Mambo’s other co-founder and managing partner Simba Mamboininga said: “We have worked very closely with Andrew over the last year and he has provided invaluable input to our business.
“Our focus has always been on growing responsibly, and we believe that as we start to plan our next phase, Andrew’s guidance will be instrumental in catapulting us forward.”
Milligan said: “I am delighted to be working alongside Graeme, Simba and their colleagues at Devlin Mambo.
“There is an immense need for independent, impartial advice to asset managers and asset owners at this complex juncture.
“I look forward to assisting Devlin Mambo’s clients as they consider necessary changes to their investment processes, distribution channels, data provision and media communications in coming years,”.