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Boyd joins Fidelity

Brian Boyd has joined Fidelity International’s multi-manager business as business development director.
Boyd was formerly director of global product management for HSBC’s multi-manager business and before that general manager of the Bank of Bermuda’s global mutual fund business.
Fidelity International Multi-Manager Business managing director Simon Ellis says: “Fidelity is very serious about its intention to grow a significant multi-manager business, and to do this we need the right people on board. We are delighted that Brian has decided to join us to build our relationship team along with Phil Morse.
It is unusual to have such an experienced specialist team, who are focused exclusively on multi-manager products, available to support distributors. I am sure our distribution partners will benefit from the skill and experience these two can offer”

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