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HSBC Asset Management appoints European equities man

HSBC Asset Management is appointing a new senior fund manager to expand its European equities team.

The move will see Andrew Koch, formerly UBS Asset Management’s director of European portfolio construction, taking on the role on April 29.

Koch, who has 10-years experience in the fund management industry, will report to HSBC Asset Management head of European equities Chris Rice.

Rice says: “Andrew’s impressive record of performance and analysis will make him a valuable and complementary addition to HSBC’s European equities team.”

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