UK/NORTH EUROPE - Pictet Asset Management has appointed Jonathan Hayes as head of UK and Northern Europe business development.
Hayes joins from Bank of Ireland Asset Management where he was the head of business development for UK institutional and retail clients. Prior to this he was responsible for BIAM’s international business development.
Chief executive officer of global business development Rod Hearn said: “Jonathan’s experience and knowledge of the UK and international institutional marketplace, and leading consultants, will be an invaluable addition to our business development team and further underlines Pictet’s commitment to the UK and the Northern European markets.”
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