Large US asset manager hires business development director for Nordics

Henrik Hoffmann-Fischer has left a Swiss bank in London to become Nordic business development director for one of the largest asset management groups of the world, Eaton Vance.

Henrik Hoffmann-Fischer. | Photo: PR

US-based asset management company Eaton Vance Management International (EVMI) has made Henrik Hoffmann-Fischer its business development director for the Nordics.

The Danish director joins EVMI from Union Bancaire Privée in London, where he most recently served as Nordic head of sales. Prior to this job, he was associated with Danish financial consultancy Kirstein A/S as co-Head of intelligence, according to a press release form EVMI.

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