Tyndall Asset Management has restructured its distribution and product capabilities with a number of changes to its management team.
Matt Russell - previously Tyndall's head of institutional business - will now head up sales and marketing across all market sectors, including retail.
He will also be responsible for driving product development for each of Tyndall's equities, fixed income and alternative asset classes.
In supporting Tyndall's institutional focus, Nicole Krebs has stepped into the position of senior relationship manager - institutional business, while Chris Briggs and Chris Trent will join the team as senior business development managers - institutional business.
Taking up the national manager - researcher relationships role is Tyndall's former head of retail Andrew Julius, who will now manage relationships with research houses, asset consultants, private banks and trustees of self-managed superannuation funds.
As part of the restructure of its retail distribution capabilities, Tyndall has appointed Aaron Russell - previously national key account manager for NSW - as national sales manager for its new private wealth business.
Reporting to Julius, Russell will be supported by Jeremy Sherman and Luke Murnane - regional managers for the new business.
Tyndall managing director Mike Davis said the new look team would enable the company to take advantage of opportunities in Asia created by its relationship with Nikko Asset Management.
"The changes we have made bring the sales, marketing and product business lines closer together, taking advantage of the synergies that already exist within those areas and enabling us to further expand our distribution beyond the traditional channels of institutional and retail," he said.