Pacific Asset Management hires UK head to lead Wholesale Distribution for its range of Single Manager Products
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Pacific Asset Management (PAM) has appointed Nicholas Lemis as Head of UK Wholesale Distribution to further strengthen its distribution capabilities as firm AUM tops $1.3 billion in under three years.
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Nick Lemis joins PAM from DCI Asset Management, where he was Senior Product Specialist responsible for European distribution and brings more than 15 years industry experience.
He previously held roles at Savoy IM and GAM Investments where he worked alongside Matthew Lamb (CEO of PAM) for 9 years as Head of GAM’s UK Wholesale Distribution.
Matthew Lamb, said, “We are delighted to welcome Nick to the team as we continue to build upon the success we have enjoyed in the past three years. I have worked with Nick for many years, he understands our client first culture and will help us to continue to focus on our primary goal of delivering outstanding investment solutions to our investors. His energy and enthusiasm will be a great asset to the firm.”
Nick Lemis commented, “PAM’s single manager business focuses on high conviction investing in less efficient markets, where they believe active managers can outperform through their skills and expertise. The firms’ current fund offering of Emerging Market Equity and G10 Macro Rates, are industry-leading examples of these types of solutions”.
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