Outsourced investment firm Partners Capital Investment Group has recruited HSBC’s global institutional private head to be its new managing director.
Raphael Heynold has joined the firm after being global head of the institutional private client group at HSBC since 2011.
Previously, he spent more than 16 years at Goldman Sachs in London and Asia in the financial institutions group, inside the investment banking and investment management divisions.
The hire has followed Partners Capital chief executive Arjun Raghavan indicating the firm has upped its focus on bolstering its senior leadership team, adding specialists with deep domain knowledge.
“We are excited to have Raphael join our organisation,” Mr Raghavan said.
“We have known Raphael for many years and his understanding of the family office and sophisticated investor universe will significantly enhance our ability to meet the investment needs of these clients.”
Mr Heynold added Partners Capital’s performance-driven culture and client focus align with the “demands and expectations” of family offices and institutional investors.
“I very much look forward to working with Partners Capital’s leadership team on further developing the business,” he said.
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