Tyndall Investment Management has hired Walker Crips’ Edward Baring and Ed Harvey to fill out their private client practice as investment directors.
Baring served as Walker Crips’ investment director for the past 11 years before joining the Tyndall team, while Harvey has worked in the position since 2017. The hires follow three other personnel moves from Walker Crips to Tyndall in May, with Dennis Cooper, Mark Jenkins, and Joe Holland.
Alex Odd, Tyndall’s CEO, said: “Throughout their respective careers, both Edward and Ed have demonstrated precisely the professional characteristics that align with the corporate culture we have striven to create at Tyndall.
“We are confident they will be an excellent complement to our team and will play an important part in Tyndall’s future.”
Baring hit the mark of 40 years in the finance industry this year, starting his career at Raphael Horn Hemsley in 1983 as a stockbroker. He spent 12 years at Savoy Investment Management as a director before moving into his position at Walker Crips.
Harvey started his career at HSBC in 1999 in equity research. Since then, he worked for three years at Société Générale, and for more than 13 years at Savoy Investment Management – during which time it was taken over by Ashcourt Rowan and then Towry. He also briefly worked for Tilney Bestinvest Group before his time at Walker Crips.
Tyndall has operated as a boutique investment team since 2017, when it was founded by Odd. Before starting Tyndall, Odd worked at M&G, managing its £1.3 bn M&G Dividend fund.
“Tyndall continues to enjoy strong organic growth and we are committed to adding further depth to our team by attracting exceptional investment talent from across the industry,” the CEO said. “As a business that places client interests at the heart of all we do, the strength of this team is of fundamental importance in ensuring that high conviction, active investment management is supported by attentive, personalised client service.”