GLOBAL - T. Rowe Price has appointed Murray Brewer as country head of Australia and New Zealand.
Brewer joined the firm’s Sydney office from Schroder Investment Management Australia, where he was director and head of distribution. He replaces Ed Brooks who plans to return to the US after 18 months as country head.
The news follows the firm’s announcement yesterday’s that Louise Bradshaw will relocate from London to Sydney to head up the client service and consultant relations effort in Australia and New Zealand.
Stephan Millar will take over her role as a consultant relations manager, responsible for Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Previously at Insight Investments, Millar was the director of institutional business development and covered consultant relations. Millar will report to William Wendler, director of global consultant relations in the firm’s US headquarters in Maryland.
Todd Ruppert, president and CEO of T. Rowe Price Global Investment Services said: “The recruitment of a very senior, experienced and highly regarded professional haa been well planned for some time. Murray will be a terrific addition to T.Rowe Price as we embark on further development in the region. Murray and Louise will complement one another nicely.”
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