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Bordier appoints Forsberg as business development manager


Specialist asset management firm Bordier (UK) has appointed Paola Forsberg as Business Development Manager.  

Forsberg, whose career spans spells with Merrill Lynch, JP Morgan and London & Capital, joins the St James’s based outfit from Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management, where she was a key member of the Business Development team.

Forsberg, who holds a Master of Arts degree in Management & Business Finance from St Andrew’s University, will share responsibility for developing Bordier (UK)’s growing network of relationships with investment intermediaries, lawyers and accountants, and for building on the firm’s existing provider partnerships.  She will report to David Muncaster, Director of Commercial Activities.

Jamie MacLeod, Bordier UK CEO, says: "It is our continuing success for our clients and introducers which enables us to attract market-leading talent of Paola’s calibre, and this latest appointment underlines our commitment to the UK advisory space. Our track record in delivering outstanding investment performance over the longer term, our ongoing investment in evolving our distribution channels, allied to the breadth of adviser specific solutions we can offer both direct and on platform, clearly positions Bordier (UK) as the ‘go to’ outsourced solution for advisers.

“Paola is a well known figure in the intermediary world and we expect her to play a leading role, building on the firm bedrock of our existing intermediary partnerships, and our ongoing efforts to exceed the expectations of both clients and introducers.”

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