IM Asset Management Appoints Chief Operating Officer

28th July 2014

New Role Designed to Maximise Productivity and Improve Client Service Investment Management and Financial Planning firm, IM Asset Management, has bolstered its senior management team with the appointment of Dave Sollitt as Chief Operating Officer.

Dave, who has over 20 years of experience working in senior roles within global organisations including, TD Wealth Management, AJ Bell, Virgin Money and General Electric, will be responsible for the day-to-day commercial and operational functions of IM Asset Management. Reporting to Chief Executive, Richard Potts, Dave has been recruited into the newly created role to also help drive forward IM Asset Management's growth strategy, whilst also helping to identify and initiate process improvements designed to maximise productivity and client service. Commenting on his new appointment, Dave Sollitt said: -IM Asset Management has a truly impressive investment performance and is extremely well placed for further expansion and taking advantage of market opportunities. The enthusiasm that Chief Executive Richard Potts has for the business is infectious and I'm very excited about the new role and I'm very much looking working with him to develop it further. Richard Potts, Chief Executive of IM Asset Management, added: -Dave has exactly the right pedigree to support the future growth at IM Asset Management and we are delighted to welcome him to the team. He is an innovator, has strong leadership skills has a long and successful track record for systems and process improvement within the financial services environment. I'm confident he will help us drive the business on forward in order to grow and further improve our performance across a wide group of stakeholders. IM Asset Management Limited is a subsidiary of Irwin Mitchell and authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

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