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RBC Wealth Management appoints head of alts platform

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RBC Wealth Management-US has appointed Bryan Mullin as head of the firm’s alternative investment platform.

Mullin (pictured) most recently served as principal and director of alternatives research at Slocum, a Minneapolis-based advisory firm that specialises in serving institutional investors.
"As many of the products and services within the wealth management industry have become increasingly commoditised, offering clients differentiated advice and personalised solutions is critical," says Michael Armstrong, CEO of RBC Wealth Management-US. "With Bryan Mullin at the head of our alternatives platform, we will provide our private wealth clients with access to the discipline and sophistication of institutional alternatives investing."
In addition to alternatives, Mullin has deep experience in accounting, general management and commodities markets. Over the course of his career, he' has conducted research on private equity managers, private debt managers, funds of funds, real asset funds and commodities. He traded commodity derivatives with a wholly-owned subsidiary of Archer Daniels Midland and a registered Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA). He was also Series 3 licensed with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).
Also joining the firm as an analyst is Leif Gunderson, who most recently served as a senior research associate at Slocum, where he focused on alternative investments including private equity, real assets and hedge fund strategies. Gunderson will report directly to Mullin.
"We are very excited to join RBC Wealth Management and continue to build on the relationships we've developed and the expertise gained over the past decade," says Mullin.
"We are pleased to welcome both Bryan and Leif to our firm," says Tom Sagissor, president of RBC Wealth Management-US. "The work they do will greatly enhance the experience of the high net worth and ultra-high net worth clients that we specialise in serving."

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