Atrium bolsters sales and client services team

06 September 2016

Atrium Investment Management (Atrium) continues to build out its team with two new appointments to support its growing market penetration, following a strong track record in investment management outcomes for investors.

Nigel Crampton takes the role of Head of Distribution, responsible for the overall distribution strategy, new institutional business and steering Atrium’s advice industry relationships. Nigel will report to Alex Hone, Chief Executive Officer and will join Atrium’s executive leadership team.

Alex welcomed Nigel to the team:

“As a result of strong interest from advisers and record FUM inflows driven by our investment objectives being met and exceeded, I am delighted to announce Nigel’s appointment. With Nigel’s extensive distribution and client management experience, Atrium will continue to grow and further support our clients in a true partnership approach. This senior appointment which is a newly created role adds further depth of experience and expertise into our leadership team.”

Crampton said, “I am delighted to be joining a growing and dynamic organisation like Atrium which has impeccable investment credentials and an outstanding leadership team”.

Nigel arrives at Atrium after four years with Morningstar as Head of Sales, responsible for Morningstar’s sales and client relationship management for Australasian product offerings.

Before joining Morningstar, Nigel was a Strategic Business Manager with Macquarie Group where he worked for 14 years.

To further support Atrium’s growth, Han Lin has been appointed as Client and Product Specialist. Han assumes responsibility for supporting adviser investment enquiries and for the management and production of product documents and client reporting.

Hone said, “Han brings welcome skills in handling external queries regarding our asset management technical capabilities.”

Han previously held the position of Senior Associate – Corporate Actions, Equities and Regulatory Reporting at Macquarie Group. Prior to her stint at Macquarie, Han worked for JP Morgan in Sydney and Goldman Sachs in London.