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Invesco appoints UBS director to multi asset team

Invesco appoints UBS director to multi asset team

Invesco Perpetual has recruited UBS Global Investment Solutions director Danielle Singer (pictured) to work on David Millar’s multi-asset team in New York.

Singer joins the eight-strong team as a senior client portfolio manager and will represent the Global Targeted Returns strategy to US clients in addition to contributing to investment strategy.

Millar, head of multi-asset investment at Invesco Perpetual, said: ‘Danielle joins with over 10 years of experience in the sector and with excellent knowledge of the industry.

‘Following this appointment, I believe we offer one of the strongest teams of investment professionals in multi asset investing.’

 Singer, who had worked at UBS since 2004, is a CFA charterholder and a member of the New York Society of Security Analysts.

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