Fidelity hires institutional business director

Posted by Anton Murray Consulting on 9 Nov, 2022

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The new director will be tasked with helping manage institutional client and consultant relationships at the firm while growing its institutional business. Fidelity International has announced the appointment of Satoko Asai to the Melbourne-based role of director, institutional business. Ms Asai has over 17 years of experience in financial services and joins from Uniting Ethical Investors, where she worked across both the wholesale and institutional distribution channels.

Previously, she worked at the Principles for Responsible Investment in Melbourne and spent five years at Schroders in the institutional team based in Tokyo. In her new role, Fidelity said that Ms Asai will help manage institutional client and consultant relationships and grow its institutional business. She will also work closely with the firm’s investment and sustainable investing teams to deliver sustainable solutions to institutional investors, and will report to the head of Fidelity’s institutional business, Tim Connolly.

The rest of this article can be found at investordaily.com.au.

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