Leading Edinburgh Fixed Income Investment Manager Grows Team with Two Key Appointments


Cameron Hume Limited, the leading independent fixed-income manager have announced yesterday two key appointments to strengthen its board and executive management team.

Senior investment actuary, Ravi Rastogi, joins the firm as Corporate Development Director.

Ravi will be responsible for strategic business development, client relationships and solution development across multiple institutional client segments and geographies.

Ravi Rastogi has been appointed to the main Cameron Hume Board

Ravi is appointed to the main Cameron Hume Board and will also serve on the Cameron Hume Executive Committee.

Previously with Mercer Investments, where he was European Insurance Investment Leader, Ravi is a Fellow of the Institute & Faculty of Actuaries and has 25 years’ international experience in insurance and investments.

His career history also includes senior positions with Willis Towers Watsonand River & Mercantile.

Cameron Hume’s second appointment is Louise MacDonald as Head of Compliance.

Louise MacDonald has been hired as the new Head of Compliance.

Louise will be responsible for overseeing the delivery of the compliance and risk management programme for the firm. 

Previously, Louise worked at Aberdeen Standard Investments, where she spent 12 years in various risk and compliance roles across the organisation. Louise will join the Cameron Hume Executive Committee.

Chris Torkington, Managing Director at Cameron Hume, said: “I am thrilled that we have been able to attract people of the calibre of Ravi and Louise to work with us at Cameron Hume.

“They are both highly experienced in their respective areas and will really help us to drive the business forward in a positive, compliant and client-first way.

“In the past eight months we have appointed Sir Sandy Crombie as our Chairman and Jin Wong as Investment Manager, in addition to the two new appointment we are announcing today. I am very excited by this next phase in the development of Cameron Hume.”

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