UK - HSBC Asset Management has recruited Julian Lyne as director for institutional investment.
Lyne will build on HSBC’s relationships with investment consultants and will refine and promote HSBC’s institutional investment products and services to the UK market.
He joins an eight-strong team headed by head of defined contribution and institutional business development Geoff Cheetham who was appointed in January 2003.
Lyne formerly worked for over five years at JPMorgan Fleming Asset Management where he headed defined contribution services and had responsibility for client and consultant relations.
Previously, he worked at Fidelity for five years.
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