Gresham House appoints James Lindsay as head of institutional business

Gresham House appoints James Lindsay as head of institutional business

Published: 29 Mar 2021, 13:11

James Lindsay, head of institutional business at Gresham House. Image: Gresham House.

Alternative asset manager Gresham House has appointed James Lindsay as head of institutional business.

Lindsay is joining the company from MFS Investment Management, where he has been managing director and head of sales over the last decade.

Previously, he worked within institutional sales at Threadneedle Investments and Fidelity International.

Gresham House has grown significantly over the last 18 months, with both the company’s assets and clients increasing. This growth includes gaining investment from six of the ten largest UK Local Government Pension Schemes, and successfully raising £300 million for the company’s British Strategic Investment Fund strategy.

Additionally, Gresham House Energy Storage Fund raised £15 million in 2020, allowing it to continue to grow it’s battery storage portfolio.

Gresham House’s chief executive officer, Tony Dalwood, said: “We are excited that James is joining the institutional business team, which is expanding after a strong year of client growth.

“James has built an extensive network of high-quality relationships with institutional stakeholders over a distinguished career and together with Heather Fleming and Catriona Buckley, the team will continue the positive momentum providing first class investment solutions and client service to institutional clients.”

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