More NewsHSBC Investments Appoints Head of MEA Institutional Sales

HSBC Investments Appoints Head of MEA Institutional Sales

HSBC Investments has appointed Munir Dean to the new position of head of institutional sales for the Middle East and Africa. Dean has 23 years investment industry experience and, among his responsibilities, he will be providing HSBC’s asset management capabilities to the investment arms of governments and institutions in the Middle East and Africa. Dean reports primarily to Barbara Rupf Bee, global head of institutional sales at HSBC Investments. He will report locally to Antoine Cahuzac, head of global banking, Middle East and North Africa, and will work closely with other HSBC teams in the Middle East to promote the group’s asset management business. He joins HSBC Investments from Western Asset Management, where he held the position of global fixed income product specialist, with a particular focus on the Middle Eastern, African and Asian client base.

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