UK - First State Investments has appointed Louise Bradshaw institutional sales director. She will report to head of institutional business, Martin Harris.
Bradshaw joins from Alliance Capital Management Australia where she was responsible fro overall relationship management and client retention.
Harris said: “We created this role in the team in order to help service the increase in demand we are seeing in global developed and global emerging market equities.
“Louise’s background in these areas as well as her experience in the US market is a perfect fit for First State’s approach.”
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