Large US asset manager hires business development director for Nordics

Henrik Hoffmann-Fischer has left a Swiss bank in London to become Nordic business development director for one of the largest asset management groups of the world, Eaton Vance.
Henrik Hoffmann-Fischer. | Photo: PR
Henrik Hoffmann-Fischer. | Photo: PR

US-based asset management company Eaton Vance Management International (EVMI) has made Henrik Hoffmann-Fischer its business development director for the Nordics.

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