UK-based asset manager Invesco has enhanced its structure with the appointments of Tony Broccardo and Riccardo Ricciardi.
Broccardo will become CIO of Invesco’s institutional and overseas division and will focus on institutional client mandates both in the UK and overseas, together with various overseas mutual funds. He will report to chief executive of Invesco Asset Management Hugh Ward and will be supported by deputy CIO Bill Barron.
Ricciardi will become CIO of Invesco’s global division and will be responsible for co-ordinating investment activities in the UK, Pacific Basin and Continental Europe. He will report to Michael Benson, head of Invesco’s global division.
By Janet Du Chenne
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