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Insight creates asset solutions role for ex-BlackRock strategy head

Insight creates asset solutions role for ex-BlackRock strategy head

Tarik Ben-Saud has joined Insight Investments as head of asset solutions at after spending 15 years at BlackRock, and its predecessor firm Barclays Global Investors as head of liability driven investment (LDI) and client strategy.

Ben-Saud (pictured) will work with the financial solutions group, which runs Insight’s LDI and financial risk management business, along with its fixed income and other investment teams to develop outcome-oriented investments.

'Tarik’s expertise and industry reputation make him a natural complement to Insight’s existing teams and skills as we focus on developing holistic outcome-oriented investment solutions,' said Andrew Giles, Insight's joint-CIO.

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