UK - Lombard Odier has appointed Fabrizio Pierallini chief investment officer for international equities.
Pierallini will be based in Lombard Odier’s London office. In this new position he will be responsible for the international equity team.
Jeremy Monk will continue to head the firm’s EAFE portfolios and will report to Pierallini.
As part of his new investment role, Pierallini will also coordinate the interface between the international equity team in London with the firm’s sector/country analysts and equity managers based in Geneva, Zurich and Hong Kong.
Pierallini will report to Hugues Girard, head of equities and Ronnie Armist, managing director.
Pierallini joins Lombard Odier from Vontobel USA where he was CIO and portfolio manager for its international equity portfolio since 1994.
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