TIME Investments (“TIME”), which specialises in tax-efficient investment solutions and asset-backed income-producing funds across real estate, infrastructure, renewable energy, and lending, has boosted its business development team with six new appointments to support its growing client base.  Now 32 strong, the team is one of the largest in the sector, providing financial planners, wealth managers and family offices with technical support and guidance to ensure the delivery of effective client outcomes using TIME’s products and services.

Tom Hardy joins as regional Business Development Manager for the East of England, having previously spent seven years at Seven Investment Management.  Rupert Bloomfield takes on the role of Regional Business Development Manager for the South East, having spent four years at Octopus, and Gareth Perry has been appointed as Regional Business Development Manager for the South West, having had similar roles at Seven Investment Management and Zurich.

Oliver Papa has been promoted to Regional Business Development Manager (South Central), having been in an office-based business development role at TIME for four years, and Harriet Warren has been hired from Seven Investment Management in a business development role focusing on the London region.

Finally, Amy Henderson has joined TIME as Strategic Partnerships Manager from BNY Mellon Investment Management, where she spent three and a half years working within the SP team. Prior to that, Amy worked in the sales team at Jupiter Asset Management.

Nigel Ashfield, Managing Director of TIME Investments, said: “We are proud to offer advisers and wealth managers industry-leading expertise and technical knowledge to ensure they provide their clients with the best service and advice possible.  Expanding the business development team will ensure that the reputation TIME has built with the adviser community continues to go from strength to strength as we grow and develop the business.”

 

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This is a financial promotion as set out in the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA). This document is issued in the UK by TIME Investments, a trading name of Alpha Real Property Investment Advisers LLP, which is the Investment Manager of the Fund with delegated authority from Alpha Real Capital LLP, the authorised corporate director of the Fund. Both TIME Investments and Alpha Real Capital LLP are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Please note an investor’s capital is at risk and there is no guarantee that the Fund’s investment objective will be achieved. The value of investments and the income from them may fall as well as rise as a result of fluctuations in market, currency or other factors and investors may not get back the original amount invested. Any past performance data cited is not a reliable indicator of future results. TIME Investments may source data from third party data providers but accepts no responsibility or liability for the accuracy of data. This document does not constitute investment advice and potential investors are recommended to seek professional advice before investing. Applications for shares in the Fund can only be made via an Application Form and after reviewing the Key Investor Information Document (“KIID”) and the Prospectus and investors should carefully read the risk warnings contained within. All documentation is available on request. Specific Fund Information: Achieving the Fund’s investment objective will depend on a wide range of factors relating to the wider economy, regulations or specifically to infrastructure and renewable energy, property companies and bonds into which the Fund invests. There may be limited diversification across sectors and assets. In addition the value of any investment in equity markets is volatile and the Fund’s share price may be volatile due to movements in the prices of the underlying equity and fixed interest security holdings. Fund Status: The Fund is a sub-fund of ARC TIME:Funds III and is a UK UCITS scheme within the meaning of the rules contained in the Collective Investment Schemes Sourcebook (the “FCA Regulations”) published by the FCA as part of their Handbook of rules made under the FSMA. Issued: January 2022.

 

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Posted: 29/06/2022 Categories: News, Press

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