UK - Paul Price will leave Massachusetts Financial Services in Q1 2006 to join Pioneer Investments as head of institutional for its international division.
Price, who will be based in London, has served as MD of MFS in London, where he also operated as head of global consultant relations and head of institutional business (excluding US, Middle East & Japan).
Previous roles have included head of fixed income sales at Lombard Odier, London and head of business development for BIAM.
Price will report to Matteo Perruccio, CEO of international for Pioneer Investments. Perruccio commented:“Paul brings a great deal of experience and a highly successful track record...[his] appointment will add further momentum to our efforts.”
Price said: “I am delighted to be joining Pioneer Investments in this challenging and exciting role.”
Pioneer Investments had over e156bn of AuM as at 30 November 2005.
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