Financial News Recognises Abi Oladimeji as 'Rising Star'
- Date: 20/09/2013
Abi Oladimeji, Thomas Miller Investment’s head of investment strategy, has been recognised by Financial News as one of its ‘40 Under 40 Rising Stars of Asset Management’.
Now in its third year, Financial News’s esteemed list commends the brightest and best upcoming talents in the investment industry.
Abi was acknowledged among the top 40 fund managers, investment strategists, and wealth specialists that asset management has to offer following a very successful year; in March he was promoted to Director at Thomas Miller Investment.
Aged 35, Abi’s broader role includes devising investment strategy across all of Thomas Miller Investment’s funds and portfolios, overseeing the direction of macroeconomic and asset allocation research at the firm and managing multi asset portfolios for various institutional clients.
This year’s ‘40 under 40’ acknowledges those individuals who have had to negotiate a challenging economic landscape over the past year to provide attractive, peer beating returns for a diverse client base.
Mike Balfour, Chief Executive, Thomas Miller Investment says:
“This is a recognition that Abi fully deserves and it is no surprise to me that he has been commended as one of the industry’s rising stars. Since joining us in 2006 Abi has brought a wealth of asset allocation expertise and his macroeconomic analysis has contributed significantly to the fantastic performance experienced by our institutional and private clients over the past three years. Like Financial News, we believe Abi is a great talent, and I look forward to seeing him continue his excellent work with Thomas Miller Investment.”
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