Triple Point appoints risk head from Bank of England

Neil Ebden previously spent 14 years at Handelsbanken


Triple Point has appointed Neil Ebden (pictured) as the investment manager’s chief risk officer.

He joins from the Bank of England, where he was a senior risk specialist for the Prudential Regulatory Authority.

Ebden also spent 14 years at Handelsbanken in a variety of senior roles, including head of operational risk.

In the new role, he will be responsible for the firm’s overall risk management.

Justin Hubble, Triple Point partner & general counsel, said: “We are pleased to welcome Neil to Triple Point. As chief risk officer, his extensive experience and positive and personable approach will make a big difference to the company’s risk management framework.”

The £3bn AUM asset manager currently runs five thematic strategies: Social Housing, Energy, Digital Infrastructure, Private Credit, and Venture.

See also: CBAM hires business development director from Triple Point


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