Appointment update 16 February

Written by Talya Misiri

NN Investment Partners has hired Hester Borrie as head of client group international.

Borrie will take on the role on 1 March 2017 and report into NNIP CEO Stan Beckers, as well as joining the International Management Committee. She brings with her 20 years of experience in investment management, specifically in global sales and marketing in the Netherlands and internationally. Additionally, Borrie has extensive management and business development expertise. She has been a member of the management board of Robeco Group N.V. for the past seven years and was head of distribution EMEA with Morgan Stanley Asset Management before that.

Just has appointed Matthew Pheasey as director of intermediary distribution.

In the new role, created by the company’s recent merger, Matt will be responsible for leading the business development and sales activities for all of Just’s intermediated distribution. He will lead a team including the head of intermediary direct, director of intermediary business development and sales and head of sales technical. Before joining Just, Pheasey worker in a variety of positions including retail distribution director, national sales director and specialist sales director at Aegon.

AllianceBernstein has hired Lynn Mah its head of marketing EMEA.

Supporting AB’s European growth, Mah will be responsible for the firm’s European marketing activity across institutional and retail channels and will drive the firm’s digital client engagement across the region. Prior to this, Mah spent eight years at GAM, most recently as head of global sales marketing and spent 17 years working in various marketing and distribution roles across the financial services and asset management industry before this.

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