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HSBC Global Asset Management hires new UK institutional head

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HSBC Global Asset Management has underlined its commitment to the retirement savings market by adding a senior institutional hire in its London office. 

Adrian Gordon joins as Head of Institutional at HSBC Global Asset Management (UK), reporting to Chief Executive Officer Andy Clark. Previously, Adrian was Head of Institutional Business at BNY Mellon Investment Management, and he has also held senior roles at OppenheimerFunds and Barclays Global Investors (now Blackrock).
 
Gordon says: “With its focus on client outcomes, growing multi-strategy capabilities, and strong governance structure, HSBC Global Asset Management is well-placed to become a provider of choice in the retirement solutions space, and I’m excited to be part of that journey.”
 
Andy Clark, CEO of HSBC Global Asset Management (UK), adds: "Adrian has been specifically appointed to help meet the global long-term investment goals of clients, capitalising on our existing products and solutions. With over 25 years in the industry, Adrian brings to the team a wealth of experience and expertise that will be of tremendous benefit to our institutional business."
 
HSBC Global Asset Management further demonstrated its commitment to the retirement savings market last year by launching a cost efficient retirement savings range for the defined contribution pensions marketplace. The Retirement Range consists of a series of multi-asset ‘World Selection’ portfolios. First launched in 2009, and now sold in more than 20 markets around the world, “World Selection” is HSBC’s multi-asset flagship fund range, with assets under management of some USD 12.28 billion at December 2015.
 
Adrian replaces Stuart White, who – after 5 years – has moved internally to become Head of Strategy for HSBC Global Asset Management and has joined the leadership team and Global Executive Management Committee.

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