UK - State Street Global Advisors has appointed Tony Spence as a senior currency manager.
Spence will be based in London and will report to Paul Duncombe who is head of currency management.
Prior to joining State Street Global Advisors, Spence worked for First Quadrant as a director responsible for developing the currency overlay business.
Prior to this he was a senior currency adviser and then executive director in foreign exchange at Morgan Stanley in London.
Duncombe said: “Spence’s appointment to the currency team is a significant move, emphasising the growing importance that currency management holds in difficult markets.”
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