STANLIB makes senior appointment in Institutional Distribution Channel

10 November 2011 STANLIB
Terry Eichhoff

Terry Eichhoff

STANLIB Asset Management has announced the appointment of Terry Eichhoff as Head of Intermediate Services for its institutional business. This is in line with the company’s vision to reinforce its position in the market place as one of SA’s leading asset management companies.

With over 20 year’s investment industry experience, Eichhoff’s focus will primarily entail strategic client relationship management to grow assets under management for STANLIB’s institutional franchise.

Prior to joining STANLIB, Eichhoff held various senior positions at reputable financial institutions, such as the Investment Banking and Treasury Divisions at Nedbank Capital, Nedbank Private Bank and RMB Asset Management.

Jerry Mnisi, Head: Institutional Distribution at STANLIB says, “We are excited about Ms Eichhoff’s appointment at this crucial stage in our organisation’s transformation. Our institutional business is on a growth trajectory, which is largely attributable to a team with immense experience in their individual areas of expertise. Eichhoff’s depth of experience will add value to our institutional offering – she has experience in credit sales distribution of Debt Capital Markets, Fixed Income Funds at institutional level and has worked as a Corporate Money Market Dealer.”

“Eichhoff’s wide institutional market knowledge coupled with an incisive understanding of the investment industry will be key in maintaining our position in the institutional market.” adds Mnisi.

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