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Invesco strengthens US institutional client service team

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Invesco has appointed K. Stuart Peskin as managing director for client service in its institutional sales and client service team.

He will be responsible for maintaining large institutional client relationships focusing on the corporate and non-profit sectors.

“We are excited to have a seasoned professional with Stuart’s qualifications join our team,” says Jack Markwalter, head of US institutional sales, client service and consultant relations. “Stuart’s broad-based industry experience, both domestic and international, combined with his expansive skill set on both the relationship management side of the house, and the investment management side, further enhances our client servicing capabilities.”

“Our clients demand and deserve high quality servicing of their accounts, and I am looking forward to working with them and the entire Invesco team,” adds Peskin.

As part of an ongoing strategy, Invesco has recently added a number of professionals. In May T.J. Hughes joined as managing director, and in late 2008 Brian Baskir joined as head of consultant relations and Lance Beck and Michael Mondo joined as senior sales professionals.

Most recently, Peskin was based in Tokyo with State Street Global Advisors as their Asia-Pacific director of product engineering and development. He oversaw a team of staff located in Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney, Australia. Prior to this position, Peskin was located in Atlanta as head of Southeast client service for SSgA. He began his career with SSgA in 1989 as a quantitative portfolio manager.

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