Hargreaves Lansdown appoints Victoria Hasler head of fund research

Joins from EQ Investors

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Hargreaves Lansdown has appointed Victoria Hasler to the role of head of fund research.

Hasler will assume the role on 5 February, and will be responsible for managing the firm's fund research time and fund selection investment processes for HLAM investment solutions, including its Wealth Shortlist. Hasler, who specialises in fixed income and ESG, joins from EQ investors, where she was also head of fund research. EQ Investors head of fund research departs A spokesperson for EQ said that following her departure, CIO Kasim Zafar will expand his role to include overseeing the firm's research capabilities. Before EQ, Hasler spent almost six years at Square Mile Investm...

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