Canada Life Asset Management strengthens its multi-asset team


These include the LF Canlife Diversified Monthly Income fund – which is a global strategy to provide monthly income and long-term capital growth – the company’s five risk-focused portfolio funds and its three long-term funds. managed risk in IA blended investing 0% to 35%, 20% to 60% and 40% to 85% sectors.

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Sriharan joins Canada Life after working at Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management, where he served as Head of the Managed Portfolio Department for eight years and was responsible for the management of £ 700million (approx. Canadian dollars) of risk profile multi-asset active and passive funds for private clients, charities, foundations and pension funds.

Previously, Sriharan managed corporate defined benefit pension funds at Mercer, a subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan, where he was an investment analyst focusing on fundraising, asset allocation and long-term investment strategies. term. He also worked at Wellcome Trust and Fidelity.

“Having developed and managed risk-profiled multi-asset approaches over a number of years, Jordan is a valuable addition as we continue to strengthen our long-term investment strategies and capabilities,” said David Marchant, Director of Investments at Canada Life Asset Ltd. and Managing Director of Canada Life Asset Management Ltd. “We are delighted to appoint an investment professional of Jordan’s caliber to significantly strengthen the multi-asset team at Canada Life Asset Management.

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Sriharan, meanwhile, expressed his enthusiasm for his new role and said: “With his background as an insurance asset manager, Canada Life Asset Management has a risk management culture that matches closely to my own approach to investing. I also look forward to leveraging the expertise and multi-asset knowledge of the fixed income, equity and real estate teams at Canada Life Asset Management.


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