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Henderson adds director to multi-asset team

Henderson adds director to multi-asset team

Henderson Global Investors has hired ex-UBS UK chief investment officer John Harrison as a director of its multi-asset team.

Harrison will be responsible for representing the multi-asset team in the retail and institutional channels.

He joins this month from from AllenbridgeEpic where he was senior adviser to four local government pension, having previously spent 16 years at UBS, ultimately as UK chief investment officer and head of UK institutional advisory solutions.

'John’s blend of investment and client management skills is a great addition to the team,' said Bill McQuaker (pictured), Henderson co-head of multi-asset.

'Most recently John’s experience has been in managing clients relationships in the multi-asset and advisory market. In addition to the wealth of investment experience he has built during his career, this will be of enormous benefit to us.' 

The Henderson multi-asset team runs £6.3 billion

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