24/02/2019

Fulcrum adds breadth to wholesale business

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London, 4 February 2019 – Fulcrum Asset Management (Fulcrum) is pleased to announce the appointment of Howard Fryer as Sales Director, UK Wholesale.

Howard, who has more than 30 years’ industry experience, joins from Fidelity International where he was a Business Development Director.  At Fulcrum, he will be responsible for developing the firm’s onshore and offshore client base through the full range of wholesale channels including life & insurance groups, strategic partners, nationals & networks, IFA’s as well as platforms & UK rating agencies.

We look forward to welcoming Howard to Fulcrum. He is deeply immersed in the UK and offshore wholesale markets and has solid knowledge of provider investment propositions and distribution models. Having previously worked with Howard for seven years at Fidelity I am fully aware of the experience, deep client understanding and respect that Howard has earnt in his years in our industry. This is an exciting appointment as we are strengthening our commitment to servicing the UK and broader wholesale industry.

Matthew Wright

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