JPMAM poaches UK distribution head from State Street Global Advisors

Spent seven years at SSGA

Tom Eckett
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J.P. Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) has hired Edward Malcolm as UK head of ETF distribution, wealth and intermediaries from State Street Global Advisors (SSGA).

Based in London, Malcolm will be responsible for developing relationships across the firm's UK wealth and intermediary client base. He spent seven years at SSGA, where he headed up the UK wealth team and was responsible for distributing its SPDR ETF range to private banks, wealth managers, family offices and platforms. Prior to this, he spent two years at JM Finn, where he managed private client and ETF model portfolios. Malcolm will report to John Adu, head of ETF distribution, UK, Netherlands and Nordic countries at JPMAM, who joined from DWS in September 2017. Adu commented: ...

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