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HSBC Global Asset Management Appoints Head of Institutional Sales for UK, Scandinavia and Middle East


HSBC Global Asset Management today announces the appointment of Maria Ryan to the newly created role of Head of Institutional Sales for the UK, Scandinavia and the Middle East.

Maria will be responsible for developing and growing client relationships across the firm’s Institutional Businesses in the UK, Scandinavia & the Middle East. She will be based in London and report to Brian Heyworth, Global Head of Institutional Business.

Maria brings almost 30 years’ experience in the asset management industry, most recently at DWS where she held a dual role as Head of UK and Head of UK and Nordics Distribution. Prior to DWS, Maria was at JP Morgan Asset Management, in roles including Client Advisor in the UK Institutional team and EMEA Head of Fixed Income Strategies.

Brian Heyworth commented: “Maria is an experienced business leader with a demonstrated history of success within the asset management industry. I look forward to welcoming her to the team and I’m confident that she’ll play an invaluable role in the strategic and commercial development of our Institutional Business.”

Maria Ryan added: “HSBC Global Asset Management has an incredible brand and an ambitious strategy for its Institutional Business. I look forward to helping grow it further in the important markets of the UK, Scandinavia and the Middle East.”

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