As part of the UK Institutional business, Joe works with corporate and government-sponsored pension schemes to develop meaningful investment outcomes for their members.
Experience and qualifications
Prior to joining Aviva Investors, Joe worked at Russell Investments in London as part of their UK institutional business focusing on DB pension schemes. Prior to Russell Investments Joe worked at Oddo BHF, BNP Paribas and an independent advisory firm in telecommunications infrastructure projects.
He is a Council member of AIMSE Europe and a Committee member of the South Yorkshire Pensions Group (SYPG).
Joe holds an advanced master in Finance from NEOMA Business School. He also holds the Investment Management Certificate and is a CAIA® Charterholder.
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