Online wealth manager Tiller has expanded its investment team with senior appointments. Shezad Lakha is appointed head of Quantitative Investments, and Daniel Greenhough is appointed senior investment portfolio manager. Glenn Baggley and Douglas Shaw join as directors.
The team will report to Tiller co-founder and chief investment officer Jonathan Wauton.
Lakha has spent 20 years in the asset management industry, 18 of which were at Schroders Investment Management. Prior to leaving in January 2017, he was a senior portfolio manager for Quantitative Equity Products where he led a team of quantitative analysts and information technologists managing the firm’s quantitative equity strategies. Shezad also spent 11 years in the Multi Asset team at Schroders where he helped to develop their quantitative capabilities and was Head of Quantitative Portfolio Construction.
Daniel Greenhough, who joins from Lumin Wealth, has nine years of experience in managing private client portfolios, including serving on the portfolio Selection Committee of Barclays Wealth, London.
Glenn Baggley is a quantitative engineer with over 20 years’ investment expertise. He was the founder of Eddington Capital. Baggley was a consultant for Tiller in the early stages of the company’s development and was responsible for the design and implementation of the investment optimization algorithm.
Shaw has worked in finance for over 30 years and in asset management for 25. He has held senior positions at BlackRock and Gartmore. In 2003 he was founding COO of the Children’s Investment Fund and in 2015 he helped launch Roxbury Asset Management.