Abi Oladimeji is promoted to Director

Abi Oladimeji is promoted to Director

Thomas Miller Investment, a member of the 127 year old Thomas Miller Group of companies, has appointed Abi Oladimeji to the role of Director.

Abi is Head of Investment Strategy at Thomas Miller Investment, where he joined in 2006 after several years as a consultant specialising in financial economics. Abi’s responsibilities include devising investment strategy across all of Thomas Miller Investment funds and portfolios, whilst overseeing the direction of macroeconomic and asset allocation research at the firm.  Abi also acts as portfolio manager at Thomas Miller Investment, managing multi-asset portfolios for institutional clients.

Mike Balfour, Chief Executive, Thomas Miller Investment says: 

“Since joining in 2006 Abi has brought a wealth of expertise in macroeconomic research and analysis to the business. His financial markets insight and knowledge of the key drivers across all asset classes have positioned him perfectly to devise and drive investment strategy at Thomas Miller Investment. His appointment to Director is a reflection of this hard work and understanding. Abi has contributed significantly to the excellent investment performance experienced by TMI’s institutional and private clients over the last three years. I look forward to working closely with Abi as we continue to expand our offering across our private client and institutional bases.”

Thomas Miller Investment has funds under management in excess of £2.6 billion and manages tailored investment portfolios for insurance mutuals, charities, pension schemes, governments and private clients.

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