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IFM appoints business development director

IFM's infrastructure assets include airports, ports and tollroads. AAP
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IFM Investors on Thursday announced the appointment of Nicholas Hyde as director, business development for the Australian and Asian markets.

IFM Investors chief executive, Brett Himbury, said the focus of the role will be developing IFM Investors’ business in Australia and the Asia Pacific region and managing significant relationships for IFM Investors.

“Nicholas’ breadth of experience and results-oriented approach will be an asset to the firm,” Mr Himbury said.

“He has a proven track record and a highly developed technical understanding of investment markets.”

IFM Investors’ global head of investor relations, Brian Clarke, said that Mr Hyde will cover all IFM asset classes of infrastructure, debt investments, listed equities and private capital.

“We are delighted to have Nicholas on board as he brings well-developed leadership skills and deep and extensive experience gained in Australia, New York and London. There is no doubt he will help us continue to serve our investors and their underlying members with thoughtful ways to approach the investment markets globally on their behalf.”

Mr Hyde, who will be based in Sydney, holds formal qualifications from The University of Sydney and the Securities Institute of Australia.

He has previously worked at Deutsche Bank in Sydney and London, HSBC Markets in Sydney, Citigroup Global Markets in New York and London and J.P Morgan Securities in New York.  Most recently he worked for Wellington Market in Sydney.

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