IAM Adds To Marketing Team, Seeks 'Analytical Talent' For New York Office

Jun 15 2010 | 1:30pm ET

Fund of hedge fund firm International Asset Management has appointed Nan Mead as vice president of client development.

Based in IAM's New York office, Mead will report to Andrew Cade, head of client development and marketing.  Mead has extensive experience in marketing, sales and investor relations having previously worked at Ivy Asset Management and Credit Suisse in similar marketing focused positions. 

"Nan's wealth of experience in marketing, sales and investor relations will further strengthen our client development team in New York and her appointment reinforces our commitment to expand and develop our business in the U.S.," said Morten Spenner, CEO of IAM. "We will continue to develop the team in the U.S. and are currently looking for analytical talent to further strengthen our on the ground team in New York."
 
IAM was founded in 1989 and has offices in London, New York, Madrid and Stockholm. The firm currently has assets under Management of approximately $2.5 billion.


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