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Columbia Threadneedle hires BlackRock EMEA head

Columbia Threadneedle hires BlackRock EMEA head

Columbia Threadneedle has appointed a BlackRock veteran to head its EMEA client investment solutions.

Lorenzo Garcia spent 12 years at Blackrock latetly as head of EMEA institutional and retail portfolio management, ETF and Index Investments, overseeing 170 portfolios worth around £370 billion in assets.

He also spent nearly six years as BlackRock’s EMEA and APAC multi-asset risk and quantitative analysis team, responsible for the oversight of international multi-asset and client solutions mandates. 

He will be based in London working for the firm's global investment team, reporting to Jeff Knight, global head of investment solutions, and Mark Burgess, deputy global chief investment officer. 

Burgess said: 'Clients are increasingly looking for their asset managers to deliver solutions that meet their specific needs and desired outcomes.

'Columbia Threadneedle has broad investment capabilities and market leading multi-asset expertise which leaves us well placed to deliver outcome oriented solutions. Lorenzo’s appointment will further enhance and strengthen our client offering in this area.' 

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