Daniel Lass, formerly Pareto Partners' managing director and head of Europe and Middle East Marketing has become Pareto Partners' head of global marketing, based in New York.
Lass has been with Pareto Partners for nine years and has worked with pension fund clients for 20 years. Prior to working at Pareto Partners, he worked with pension fund clients in the US and prior to that, as an ERISA lawyer.
Alex Over, formerly Pareto Partners’ head of UK and Nordic marketing, has become senior vice president and head of Europe and Middle East marketing, based in London. He will be responsible for leading the firm’s marketing and business development activities, including the development of alternative distribution channels.
Pareto Partners, based in London, manages $30bn in institutional assets and is one of the world’s largest providers of currency overlay services to pension funds, endowments, foundations and other financial institutions.
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