FMN Mic: Rory McPherson

FMN Marketing in Conversation, a podcast series aimed to help investment marketers really understand the different audiences they are marketing to. Over the next few months I will be chatting to key people from across the asset and wealth management sector about their business, their role in the business and their relationships with fund groups.

In the first of the podcasts, I caught up with Rory McPherson, Head of Investment Strategy at Psigma Investment Management.

Rory provided insight into everything from Psigma as a business and his role, their relationship with fund providers, and his preferred communication channels for being kept up to date.

I hope you enjoyed our first in the series and would love to hear any comments of questions. Please get in touch via email or LinkedIn.

FMN Marketing in Conversation, a podcast series aimed to help investment marketers really understand the different audiences they are marketing to. Over the next few months I will be chatting to key people from across the asset and wealth management sector about their business, their role in the business and their relationships with fund groups….

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