Atlantic Trust Makes Strategic Move in Washington, D.C.

           Atlantic Trust Makes Strategic Move in Washington, D.C.

The new Mid-Atlantic Headquarters will combine Washington, D.C. and Baltimore
teams to enhance services for current and growing list of clients.

PR Newswire

ATLANTA, Nov. 27, 2012

ATLANTA, Nov. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Atlantic Trust, the private wealth
management division of Invesco Ltd. (NYSE: IVZ), has moved its Washington,
D.C. office to a larger office space -- 1201 F Street, NW, Suite 900, bringing
together its experienced Washington, D.C. and Baltimore teams to create a new
Mid-Atlantic Headquarters to better serve the firm's growing list of affluent
clients in the region.


"I'm very pleased to see our Washington, D.C. office move into their new,
larger office space under the experience and leadership of Managing Director
Andrew Nichols, who will now oversee the firm's Washington, D.C. and Baltimore
teams," said Jack Markwalter, chairman and CEO for Atlantic Trust. "This
strategic move better positions Atlantic Trust in the Mid-Atlantic region and
is part of our successful, ongoing efforts to expand our business, attract top
talent and provide clients with personalized wealth management and investment

With more than 37 years of industry experience, Nichols has led Atlantic
Trust's Baltimore office since 2006. Year to date, the Baltimore office has
maintained a 100% client retention rate, demonstrating that clients continue
to maintain confidence in Atlantic Trust's strong investment performance and
fiduciary mindset.

"Moving to a larger office gives Atlantic Trust greater critical mass and
better positions us to continue to grow our presence in Washington, D.C. and
the surrounding Mid-Atlantic region," says Eric Propper, CFA, president and
chief operating officer for Atlantic Trust.

Combined, the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore offices had more than $1.0
billion in assets under management (AUM) as of October 31, 2012, increasing
AUM by $192 million, or 21.8%, during the past year. The Mid-Atlantic team
also has four senior wealth advisors with an average of 29 years of
experience, one business development officer and six client service
professionals -- all working to maintain a combined 98% client retention rate
between the offices since the beginning of 2012. Chief Investment Officer
David Donabedian, CFA, works from both the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore
offices, as well. To view biographies for the firm's Mid-Atlantic
professionals, please visit 

About Atlantic Trust
Atlantic Trust is one of the nation's leading private wealth management firms,
offering integrated wealth management for high net worth individuals,
families, foundations and endowments. The firm considers clients' financial,
trust, estate planning and philanthropic needs in developing customized asset
allocation and investment management solutions. Experienced professionals
deliver a broad range of offerings, including proprietary investment offerings
and a robust open architecture platform of traditional and alternative
managers. Atlantic Trust operates in 11 full-service locations throughout the
U.S. With $19.8 billion in AUM (as of October 31, 2012), Atlantic Trust is the
private wealth management division of Invesco Ltd. (NYSE: IVZ). For more
information, visit

About Invesco Ltd.
Invesco Ltd. is a leading independent global investment management firm,
dedicated to helping investors worldwide achieve their financial objectives.
By delivering the combined power of our distinctive investment management
capabilities, Invesco provides a wide range of investment strategies and
vehicles to our retail, institutional and high net worth clients around the
world. Operating in more than 20 countries, the firm is listed on the New York
Stock Exchange under the symbol IVZ. Additional information is available at

SOURCE Atlantic Trust

Contact: Bill Hensel, Invesco Director of Media Relations, +1-404-479-2886,; or Carolyn Donnelly, Atlantic Trust Director of
Marketing, +1-404-881-3417,
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