Exchange-traded product provider Source has made a series of appointments, boosting its presence in the European market to take advantage of developing growth opportunities.
James Finch has been appointed executive director, focusing on fixed income distribution to leverage the firm's new partnership with Pimco.
The firm has hired Georgina Courtenay-Evans as director, covering UK and institutional clients.
Patrick Witteveen has joined as director, specialising in sales of commodity products.
Pierre Olivier Cohen has been appointed director and is responsible for covering institutional clients, private banks and retail distributors in France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and Monaco.
Source has also hired Kenneth Barner-Rasmussen as director, focusing on Nordic clients.
The ETF provider saw over $120bn traded in its products throughout last year and nearly doubled its assets in 2010.
In December, the firm announced its partnership with US fixed income manager Pimco, which will see the unveiling of fixed income ETFs early this year.
Second preference falls at the third
Latest news and analysis
The forces at play in investment - most obviously, regulatory change, uncertain markets and shifting demographics - are as strong today as they were when Professional Adviser launched its sister magazine Multi-Asset Review in 2017.
Regulator has visited some firms already
Platforms react to Fidelity blocking Income Focus purchases