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Gresham House Appoints Head of Compliance

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Alternative asset manager Gresham House has appointed Geoff Lambert as Head of Compliance, effective from August 19, 2019. Based out of the firm’s London office, Lambert will report to Samee Khan, General Counsel and Company Secretary of Gresham House.

Lambert joins Gresham House from Nikko Asset Management Europe (NAME), where he led the compliance team to meet regulatory responsibilities including the implementation of MAR and MiFID II. He previously held roles with Henderson Global Investors and Royal London Asset Management.

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