Julian is a Sales Director for the Aviva Investors Offshore Liquidity funds focusing on the European market. He is responsible for raising the profile of Aviva Investors with institutional investors across Europe, building our external asset base and delivering investment solutions to meet investors’ specific objectives.
Experience and qualifications
Prior to joining Aviva Investors, Julian was Head of Corporate Business - UK & Ireland at Amundi. He worked closely with Institutional clients providing off balance sheet cash solutions for clients looking at short-term investments, mainly money market funds and segregated mandates.
Julian graduated from the University of West London with a BA (Hons) in Business and also holds the CISI - UK Financial Regulation.
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