UK - Credit Suisse has appointed Tim Sweeting as head of institutional distribution for absolute return strategies in the Europe, Middle-East and Africa (EMEA) division for the asset management business.
Sweeting joined from DB Absolute Return Strategies where he was a managing director and head of sales for Europe and the Middle East
John Kremer, Head of EMEA Institutional Distribution, said, “Sweeting has a wealth of experience in the alternatives market and has a proven track record in building strong distribution relationships across Europe and the Middle East.”
Sweeting will be responsible for overseeing the distribution of Absolute Return Strategies for Asset Management in Europe, reporting to head of EMEA institutional distribution John Kremer.
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