J.P. Morgan Asset Management has appointed Andy Lloyd as its senior institutional client adviser for the Nordic region, making him the first employee to be based at the firm's newly-established Danish branch in Copenhagen.
Lloyd will be reporting to Francois Xavier Douin, Head of Institutional Business in the Nordics, and has been made responsible for continuing to build J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s institutional presence in this region.
Previously, Lloyd was with Alfred Berg/BNP Paribas Investment Partners where he was Head of Nordic Alternative Sales and Danish institutional sales. Prior to that he spent 15 years at UBS in a variety of fixed income and credit sales positions.
Commenting on Lloyd’s appointment, Douin said, “This new appointment highlights our commitment to existing and prospective clients in the Nordics, where we have been active for almost 20 years. Andy’s extensive knowledge and experience of serving institutional clients in the Nordics means he is ideally positioned to take on existing relationships and to continue to develop our footprint in this key region.”
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