Two senior members of staff at Invesco UK, Tristan Hillgarth and Tom Berger have left their roles to assume other responsibilities.
Hillgarth stepped down from his decade-long stint as chief investment officer to assume a senior client and corporate role at Invesco UK. He will be responsible for strengthening key global and other major corporate relationships and will report to Michael Benson, vice-chairman of the board of directors at Invesco’s parent company Amvescap.
Hillgarth will be replaced by Riccardo Ricciardi, who will be responsible for co-ordinating investment activities in the UK, Pacific Basin and Continental Europe. He will also report to Michael Benson.
Berger left his co-head of global products position to assume a senior position at a hedge fund. His post has not been filled as the global products group was recently dissolved.
Tony Broccardo was recently appointed as CIO of Invesco’s institutional and overseas division. He will focus on institutional client mandates both in the UK and overseas, together with various overseas mutual funds. Broccardo will report to chief executive of Invesco Asset Management Hugh Ward and will be supported by deputy CIO Bill Barron.
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