Schroders appoints new UK Intermediary Head of Operations and Governance
Schroders has today announced the appointment of Anna O’Donoghue, who joins Schroders in the newly-created role of Head of Operations and Governance for the UK Intermediary Business.
Anna, who joined the business on 5 March, will become part of the UK Intermediary Management team under the leadership of Philip Middleton, Head of the UK Intermediary Business, with a specific focus on governance and operational management.
Prior to joining Schroders, Anna was at Architas, where she spent ten years working in senior roles, including Head of Research and Investment Chief Operating Officer, playing an integral role in many of Architas’ investment projects.
In her most recent role, Anna oversaw the day-to-day operational aspects of the investment team, with responsibility for investment and operational due diligence, product governance, and regulatory change initiatives.
Previously, she has held Senior Investment Analyst positions at BMO Global Asset Management and FundQuest – the multi-manager of BNP Paribas Investment Providers.
Philip Middleton, Head of UK Intermediary Business, Schroders, commented:
“We operate under a highly sophisticated governance framework and require a high calibre candidate for this role. We are delighted to welcome Anna into our business to support our operations going forward.”
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