Pacific Investments builds multi-asset team

Pacific Investments Group has hired former HSBC multi-asset portfolio manager, Will Bartleet (pictured), and Deutsche Bank’s former global head of risk factors, Louis Cucciniello, to help build up its newly formed multi-asset business.

The business, Pacific Asset Management (PAM), was launched at the end of November and Bartleet joins the firm as chief investment officer and portfolio manager.

Cucciniello joins as head of diversifying assets and alternative factor investing.

Both will work alongside PAM’s chief executive officer Matthew Lamb, who joined the firm last month from Deutsche Asset Management where he was global head of liquid alternatives.

Prior to joining Pacific, Bartleet worked at HSBC Asset Management for 16 years, most recently as portfolio manager of a $5 billion (€4.8 billion) range of multi-asset funds. He was also chairman of the tactical asset allocation committee. 

Matthew Lamb said: “I was very excited when Will and Louis agreed to come on board. They are both at the top of their game and will make an excellent addition to the team.”

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