SPAIN/PORTUGAL - Pioneer Investments has appointed Teresa Molins as senior sales manager of its institutional business in Spain and Portugal.
Molins will join co-manager Almudena Mendaza to develop the company's institutional asset management business as well as oversee Iberian sales.
She will report to José Castellano, head of Iberia, North America Offshore Latin and American Markets.
Castellano said: "A strong emphasis has been placed on the continued development of the Spanish and Portuguese markets. As part of Pioneer Investments' overall long-term strategic plan for growth, it is crucial that we have a strong team in place to support this effort.
"Teresa brings a wealth of experience in both capital markets and investor relations and will make a welcome addition to the existing team."
Prior to joining Pioneer, Molins worked in investor relations at Bodaclick and was director of equity sales at Dresdner Kleinwort and Merrill Lynch Capital Markets before this.
The global investment management firm had $164.9bn in total assets under management as of 30 September 2011.
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