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Rob Ireland

Managing Director

Rob Ireland

Rob has over 15 years' experience in the traded life asset industry and is currently the Managing Director at SL. In this role, Rob oversees the operational running of the business, whilst retaining responsibility for key client relationships. Rob sits on the SL Executive Team and Chairs the SL Investment Committee.

Rob joined SL as a Valuation Analyst. In 2003, his natural management ability and technical prowess meant he was the ideal candidate to take on management of the Valuations Team. In 2008, he created and became manager of the Fund Management and Structuring team, who's responsibilities included researching and launching new investment vehicles, devising investment strategies for clients and overseeing the day to day operations of the investment funds. Rob subsequently spent two years as Head of the Client Services Team, where he was responsible for ensuring effective portfolio management, with a particular focus on delivering high quality service to all external clients. Rob's ability to deal with complex issues and engage with professionals from a range of disciplines is essential in facilitating the smooth running of the SL Operational Teams.

Rob holds a joint honours degree in Management and Mathematics from the University of Leeds, is accredited with the Investment Management Certificate (IMC) and became a CFA Charter Holder in 2012. In his free time, Rob enjoys playing tennis, watching football and spending time with his family.

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