Richard is Head of UK Liquidity Portfolio Management and fund manager of the Aviva Sterling Liquidity Fund, Aviva Pension Deposit Fund and Aviva Cash fund, along with other internal and external cash mandates.
Experience and qualifications
Richard joined the investment industry as a custody clerk in the operations department at Provident Mutual Life Assurance Association, which would ultimately become part of Aviva Investors. He worked through various operations roles before joining the Treasury desk in 1996 as Treasury dealer. Richard holds a BA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance.
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