UK - Peter Harrison (pictured), former global CIO of Deutsche Asset Management, has joined MPC Investors as chief executive.
Harrison joined Deutsche in July 2004, and has also worked as CIO of global equities of JP Morgan, and as a UK equity analyst with Schroders Investment Management.
MPC chairman Mark Hadsley-Chaplin said Harrison would be responsible for the day-to-day running of the business, with a “mandate to grow and diversify our revenue stream”.
Harrison has also joined the board of MPC Investors.
MPC told Global Pensions the firm would not comment further on the appointment of Harrison at this point.
A spokesperson for Deutsche was not immediately available for comment.
On February 22, Deutsche Bank announced the appointment of Roelfien Kuijpers as global head of Deutsche Asset Management's institutional business.
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