HSBC AM creates head of alternative solutions role

John Dewey appointed

Kathleen Gallagher
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HSBC AM creates head of alternative solutions role

HSBC Asset Management has hired John Dewey for the newly created role of head of alternative solutions for HSBC Alternatives.

Reporting to Joanna Munro, CEO of HSBC Alternatives, Dewey will be responsible for leading business development for the business and leading a team of alternatives client professionals. While he will initially be based in London it is anticipated Dewey will support the expansion of activities in Asia and relocate to Singapore to take on the additional role of regional head of alternatives, subject to regulatory approval. Jupiter appoints from HSBC AM for head of sustainability role Munro said: "We have seen significant growth in our alternatives capabilities in recent years and are...

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