Aviva Investors' Lake joins Mirabaud AM


Aviva Investors' Andrew Lake is set to join Mirabaud Asset Management in the new year.

Lake (pictured), Aviva Investors' head of high yield in London, will take on the role of global high yield manager at the asset management arm of the Swiss private bank on 3 January 2013. He will report to partner and head of asset management Lionel Aeschlimann and will be in charge of managing global high yield solutions for Mirabaud’s clients. The appointment follows a number of hires over the past 12 months within the asset management division of Mirabaud, as the firm moves to develop its fund range. “Our asset management division goes from strength to strength as demonstrated b...

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