Global fund managers, Barclays Global Investors (BGI) has appointed Gabriel Martinez de Aguilar as a London-based director of Spanish institutional business.
In the newly created position de Aguilar will be responsible for all aspects of BGI’s business in Spain, including institutional business development and introducing new products. He will report to Peter Pardi, head of southern European institutional business.
Prior to joining BGI de Aguilar headed Citigroup Asset Management’s Spanish operation for 12 years. Before that he was a portfolio manager at Spain’s BANIF, the private bank division of BSCH.
Commenting on the appointment Pardi added that de Aguilar’s arrival would help “further our rapidly expanding business in Spain.”
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