Daniel Bristow has joined MFS Investment Management after leaving his role as head of client relationships and service at Colonial First State Global Asset Management.
Mr Bristow has joined MFS as director of consultant relations in Australia and will be responsible for identifying, establishing and maintaining relationships with relevant communities in Sydney.
“I’m really excited to be joining MFS, and to be given the opportunity to represent its investment capabilities to the consultant and research-house communities. Consultants continue to play a crucial role in advising institutional and wholesale investors, and I look forward to strengthening our existing relationships with them,” he said.
Mr Bristow’s appointment is part of a long-term strategy to deepen relationships with consultants at a global level and increase the focus on MFS’ core investment strategies.
He will report to senior managing director of Australia Marian Poirier who said it was an important hire for the business.
“Having a dedicated consultant relations professional, especially one with Daniel’s depth of experience and wealth of knowledge, will help build our momentum and further develop our footprint across the market.
“We are delighted to welcome Dan to the team, and we are confident that his long track record of building relationships and providing excellent service to consultants will be invaluable in servicing our investors and their advisors,” she said.
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