BondAdviser has partnered with a financial advisory company, giving the company direct access to bond research and active investment recommendations.
BondAdviser announced yesterday it is partnering with Baillieu Holst to provide the firm’s adviser network with access to research, timely data and tools that will allow Baillieu advisers to explore, manage and track bond investments from a central platform.
“These partnerships reflect the gap in the fixed income market for independent and timely research to support advisers in making informed decisions,” BondAdviser co-founder and managing director Geoff Malkin said in a statement.
The partnership with Baillieu Holst follows BondAdviser’s recent appointments of Steve Dammerer as chairman and Graeme Abram as a non-executive director.
Both Mr Dammerer and Mr Abram have more than three decades of experience in the financial services sector, BondAdviser said.
“We are delighted by the calibre and depth of experience that both Steve and Graeme bring to BondAdviser, and we’re looking forward to benefiting from this as we continue growing our client base,” Mr Malkin said.
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