UK - Baring Asset Management has appointed Paul Grice as director of UK institutional business to specialise in fixed-income.
Grice, a chartered financial analyst, joins from Lombard Odier International Portfolio Management where he was head of portfolio management with responsibilities for its fixed-income clients.
BAM’s head of UK institutional business Jenny Segal said: “Increasing numbers of trustees and pension consultants are asking us about fixed-income portfolios.
“Paul’s experience will help service this demand and will also enhance our reputation as one of London’s leading fixed-income houses.”
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