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HSBC Asset Management Boosts UK Institutional Team

HSBC Asset Management has appointed Jasvir Virk as Business Development Director for its UK institutional team
17 May 2021

    HSBC Asset Management boosts UK institutional team with new Business Development Director

    HSBC Asset Management has appointed Jasvir Virk as Business Development Director for its UK institutional team. In this new role and based in London, Jasvir joined on 10 May and reports to Maria Ryan, Head of Institutional Sales UK, MENA and Nordics.

    With over 20 years’ experience in the industry, Jasvir will be responsible for broadening and deepening the firm’s relationships with UK institutional investors, with a particular focus on UK pension schemes.

    Jasvir joins from BlackRock, where she was a Senior Director and a member of the UK institutional business responsible for client relationship management and business development. Prior to that, she was Head of Client Relations Europe at PineBridge Investments, working with both institutional and intermediary clients across Europe. Jasvir has also held several roles at Goldman Sachs Asset Management.

    Jasvir’s appointment follows that of Paul Griffiths as Global Head of Institutional Business earlier this month.

    Commenting on the appointment, Maria Ryan said: “Jasvir brings a wealth of experience working with some of the largest and most sophisticated clients in the UK. Her background in both traditional and alternative markets will be invaluable as we continue to broaden our offering to the UK institutional market.”

    In 2020, HSBC Asset Management set out its strategy to re-position the business as a core solutions and specialist emerging markets, Asia and alternatives focused asset manager, with client centricity, investment excellence and sustainable investing as key enablers. The firm restructured its business to establish a more market competitive and client-centric operational model. As part of this, it changed its distribution model to operate with a global approach with the creation of Institutional and Wholesale client businesses.

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