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Forsyth Partners appoint global head of sales

Forsyth Partners has appointed Jon Nash as the group’s global head of sales.

Nash joined Forsyth Partners global distributors in June 2005 as head of global private banking relationships based out of the groups’ head office in Dubai.

Following his new appointment Nash is now responsible for coordinating all sales activities across the group’s eight offices.

He will work closely with regional directors, Gian Luca Giurlani, Guy Medcraft and Leo Wilde and collectively they will be following the group’s strategy to develop and strengthen relationships with banks, asset managers, other intermediates and institutions in all geographical regions.

Chief executive officer of Forsyth Partners global distributors Stuart Teasdale says: “I’m delighted Jon has taken the opportunity to help take the distribution arm at Forsyth Partners to the next level. He is a dedicated and highly respected member of the team and I am confident Jon will continue to develop our sales strategy and build on our success to date.”

Jon Nash says: “Having worked with Forsyth Partners for a number of years, I understand its inherent strengths and I’m really excited about the opportunity to drive sales forward.”

Nash, who studied economics and politics at Durham University, has over seventeen years of investment industry experience. Prior to Forsyth Partners he was head of pooled fund distribution for Western Asset in London having previously worked for Putnam as senior vice president, sales director of European, Middle East and Asian sales.

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