LGIM bolsters Asia sales team

Hired_7Former Vanguard executive, Jackson Loi, has been appointed by Legal and General Investment Management (LGIM) as head of institutional sales, Asia ex-Japan.  His responsibilities in the newly created role include growing the firm’s client base in the region and leading its distribution strategy.  Based in Hong Kong, Loi will report to Natasha Mora, managing director for LGIM in Asia.  Prior to joining LGIM, Loi spent nine years at Vanguard in Hong Kong where he was managing director and head of distribution. According to Mora, the appointment is a continuation of the firm’s strategy to grow its Asia sales team. “LGIM is well positioned to take advantage of the growth opportunities in the Asia Pacific as we further internationalise our business.” © 2021 funds global asia

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