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Barings hires Invesco Perpetual’s Hayes to head client services

Barings hires Invesco Perpetual’s Hayes to head client services

Baring Asset Management has appointed Nicola Hayes as head of client service and relationship development, based in London.

In her new role, Hayes reports to George Harvey, who is head of sales, business development and client service.

Hayes previously worked at Invesco Perpetual for 11 years, most recently as associate director, global sales and relationship management.

In this role, which she had for four years, she was responsible for the sales and marketing of Invesco’s strategies overseas.

Before this position, she was a consultant director in the UK institutional sales team and before this, an institutional product specialist.

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