As part of the UK Institutional business, Stephanie works with corporate and government-sponsored pension schemes to develop meaningful investment outcomes for their members.
Experience and qualifications
Prior to joining Aviva Investors, Stephanie worked at BMO Global Asset Management (now part of Columbia Threadneedle Investments) as an UK Institutional Client Director focusing on DB pension schemes and investment platforms. Prior to BMO, Stephanie worked at BlackRock Investment Management as a Client Solutions Investment Strategist and provided complex outcome orientated solutions for the firm’s largest institutional clients. She specialised in Liability Driven Investing (LDI), ALM modelling, currency hedging, risk management and leveraged equity strategies. Stephanie started her career at British Airways Pensions Investment Management Limited as a trainee Asia ex-Japan Equities Portfolio Manager.
Stephanie holds a BSc (Hons) Economics Degree from University College London and passed and the Investment Management Certificate (IMC) in 2013.
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