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Psigma Investment Management

Psigma Investment Management was established in January 2002 by a number of experienced investment professionals who had become disillusioned with the investment management offerings from many of the larger investment banks. The senior directors have an average of over 20 years’ experience in the industry and share a belief that client portfolios should be managed to meet clients personal aims, rather than to fit into an inappropriate inflexible model.

The Punter Southall Group (PSG) was established in 1988 by Jonathan Punter and Stuart Southall to provide actuarial and investment advice to UK pension schemes. With nine people at start up, in 25 years the business has expanded to encompass nine businesses, operating across 10 different locations.

PSG provides a strong combination of actuarial services, investment consultancy, product solutions and independent research, investment management, asset management, independent financial advice and employee benefits.

The PSG staff own 100% of our share capital. PSG is one of the largest independently owned entities of its kind in the UK, after staff bought-out the 21.6% stake held by South African financial services group Sanlam on the 5th February 2013.
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