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A London-based index provider with Swedish roots expands its advisory board, IIP hires a new risk manager, a Danish PM leaves Pictet, Nykredit reels in UBS fund selector and Nordic Capital makes an employee Partner. These are some of this week’s job moves in the asset management industry.


Foxberry expands advisory board

Independent index provider Foxberry has expanded its advisory board, employing Alvaro Ortiz as a senior advisor. Ortiz is CIO at Talmine AG and has previously worked at Matixis, Nexgen, Société Générale and Morgan Stanley. Foxberry was founded in London in 2014 by Swedes Henrik Brunlid, Peter Fors and David Sahlin.

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