LONDON (HedgeWorld.com)–David Watts and Evert Greup are the latest additions to Key Asset Management’s board of directors.
Both are joining in non-executive roles after years of traditional asset management experience. The appointments are expected to contribute to Key’s institutional business development, officials said in a press statement.
Mr. Watts retired from Gartmore Investment Management in 1999, after serving in the senior management of the money management firm for the past 20 years. He had been chief executive since 1996. He also has non-executive positions at Martin Currie Investment Management and JP Morgan Fleming Income and Growth Investment Trust plc.
Mr. Greup has been CEO at Kempen Capital Management since 1991 and took the company private in a management buyout last year. He now acts as an adviser to Kempen.