Salt appoints chief operating officer.

Fund manager has announced replacement for Anthony Sowerby.

Wednesday, June 20th 2018, 6:00AM

Salt Funds Management has appointed Roger Clayton as chief operating officer.

He will assume responsibility across business development, client servicing, compliance, AML/CFT, product development and general operations.

Clayton has 14 years of background in the funds management and banking industries, having been senior product development manager at BT Financial Group in Auckland and Sydney from 2008-2011 and then head of wealth product and services at ASB Bank from 2011 to present.

Salt's managing director Matthew Goodson said: "We are delighted to have attracted someone of Roger’s calibre to what is an exciting and wide-ranging role. We are committed to delivering the highest levels of service to our clients, which Roger’s appointment clearly demonstrates".

“Salt currently manages $2 billion across a variety of listed equity, listed property and trans-Tasman long-short mandates and products. There are significant opportunities for growth in related areas and we are very pleased to have attracted someone of Roger’s calibre at this exciting stage in Salt’s lifecycle.

“Salt also wishes to acknowledge the tremendous work of Roger’s predecessor Anthony Sowerby in the five years since Salt’s formation and wishes him all the best with his move to Abu Dhabi.”

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