Mirabaud hires global equity fund manager Kirill Pyshkin
Mirabaud Asset Management has recruited Kirill Pyshkin in London to join the global equity team.
Pyshkin joins from Aviva Investors where he was a senior fund manager, global equities.
Lionel Aeschlimann, partner and head of asset management at Mirabaud, says: “Our asset management offering goes from strength to strength, with another high-profile appointment. To attract people of this calibre reinforces our belief that Mirabaud is making significant inroads in the sector, and will continue to do so.”
Pyshkin’s recruitment follows a number of high-profile appointments over the past two years within the asset management division of Mirabaud, such as the recruitment of Anu Narula, head of global equities (formerly of Axa Framlington), Dan Tubbs, head of global emerging markets (formerly of BlackRock), Andrew Lake, head of global high yield (formerly of Aviva) and Pierre Pinel (formerly of BNP Paribas).
Pyshkin will work with Narula on all of Mirabaud Asset Management’s global equity products and have primary responsibility for the global equity income fund.
Before joining Mirabaud, Pyshkin worked at Aviva Investors (formerly Morley Fund Management) where he was sole manager of GBP1bn active global equity funds, including the flagship retail equity fund in the Irish market, Aviva Ireland High Yield Equity Fund, and its ethical version.
Previously he worked at a number of institutions including Credit Agricole Asset Management (now Amundi), JP Morgan and Sanford Bernstein.
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