FIIG Securities has announced the appointment of a new director of its Western Australian office.
Darryl Bruce will take on the role of director at FIIG, responsible for growing the firm’s Western Australian business.
FIIG chief executive Mark Paton said Mr Bruce was an ideal candidate due to his experience in bond investing and dealing.
“I am very pleased that Darryl is taking the helm of our Perth office during such an important growth period for our business in Western Australia,” Mr Paton said.
“His extensive experience in all areas of fixed income investment and strong relationships with our local clients will ensure they continue to receive a market-leading service.”
According to the company, Mr Bruce will be first tasked with recruiting staff to support FIIG’s Perth-based office.
Prior to joining FIIG, Mr Bruce was a fund manager at Brown Shipley Private Bank in the UK. He has also held positions with Credit Suisse and ANZ subsidiary UDC Finance.
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