OLIM hires ex-Rathbones assistant investment manager

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OLIM Investment Managers has added Henry Botting, formerly of Rathbones Investment Management, to its team as assistant investment manager on its equity and balanced portfolios.

Botting joins after five years with Rathbones, where he worked in a similar role for a team managing £1bn on behalf of private clients, trusts and charities.

Andrew Impey, director at OLIM, said Botting had “taken on high levels of responsibility” early on in his career.

Impey added he had also “demonstrated a proficiency in producing well researched and innovative ideas to deliver strong results for a range of clients”.

“He is an exciting talent in our sector and we are pleased to welcome him to the team.”

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OLIM, which is a subsidiary of Albion Capital Group LLP, manages around £450m across a wide range of funds.

Botting will work across products such as the SVS Albion OLIM UK Equity Income fund and the Value and Income Trust for retail investors and the Smith & Williamson Charity Value and Income fund for charities, along with a range of bespoke segregated mandates.