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UBS’s Gambi returns to Henderson
16 October 2013
Moves back to the asset management after leaving 13 years ago
UBS Global Asset Management’s Rob Gambi has resurfaced at Henderson as chief investment officer.
It was reported last week that Gambi was stepping down from his role as global head of fixed income at UBS.
Before joining UBS, Gambi had worked at Henderson as head of equities and fixed income. He left Henderson 13 years ago due to ill health.
In his new role which he will undertake in 2014, Gambi will focus on the leadership and development of Henderson’s investment capabilities globally, including its growing resources in the US and Asia.
Henderson’s chief executive Andrew Formica, said:
“We have laid strong foundations over the past few years by streamlining and simplifying the business. The result is that we are focused on our core strengths in global and European equities, absolute return, multi-asset and global fixed income. With the current momentum in the business, and with Rob’s help, we are well set for our next phase of growth.
Gambi said he was looking forward to take part in the next phase of Henderson’s development as a “truly global asset manager”.