Ben Gunnee appointed as Head of Institutional

May 2024

May 2024

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Ben Gunnee as Head of Institutional to drive the Group’s international expansion with product development and distribution aligned with diverse client needs, complementing our growing UK client base.

He joins from global investment firm Cambridge Associates, where he was Managing Director, Commercial Officer EMEA, responsible for business development, marketing and public relations and product development across Pensions, Insurance and Endowments & Foundations.

Prior to this he was Partner, Head of Fiduciary Management (UK) for Mercer Investments and part of the European Fiduciary Management Leadership team, where he grew European Assets Under Management (AUM) to over $50bn from $15bn from 2015 to 2019. He was previously Investment Business Leader for Mercer in the Middle East, growing and delivering investment solutions in the region.

Ben Gunnee commented:

“It’s exciting to be joining Gresham House at such a dynamic phase in its development. The company has made no secret of its international ambitions and I look forward to scaling Gresham House’s capabilities further across Northern Europe, Australasia and the Middle East. The combination of robust financial returns with a strong sustainability pedigree creates a significant growth opportunity for Gresham House as it continues to evolve to anticipate and meet client needs.”

Tony Dalwood, CEO of Gresham House, commented:

“Ben is a welcome addition to the Gresham House team, bringing a wealth of technical and business development expertise that will support our growth ambitions and continue our integration with institutional investors and consultants in the UK and globally. We look forward to his contribution as we further expand our horizons in product development and distribution to complement the outstanding UK business platform where we manage investments for a growing number of the UK’s largest institutional investors including 18 local government pension scheme clients.”


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