UK - UBS Global Asset Management has hired former Goldman Sachs chief strategist Neil Williams as regional head of asset allocation, based in London.
Williams will now be responsible for analysing economic and capital markets across asset classes globally, with a focus on the UK and Europe.
He will work closely with UBS’s global head of asset allocation and strategy, Kevin Terhaar, based in Chicago, and Matthew Stemp, regional investment officer in London.
Williams will be a senior member of the global asset allocation & risk management team, headed by Brian Singer, and including economist Bill Martin.
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