Boutique fund manager SG Hiscock & Company has hired a former Macquarie stalwart as its new head of distribution.
In his role, Anthony Cochran will be responsible for the distribution of SGH funds across Australia, and managing relationships with key business partners nationally, according to a statement.
Mr Cochran joins SGH after 14 years at Macquarie Bank, where he was responsible for distribution of the Macquarie Professional Series suite of global equity funds and hedge funds. During his time at Macquarie he held positions as the national distribution manager and business development manager.
Prior to joining Macquarie, Mr Cochran held business development positions for Ventura Investment Management for two years and Advance Asset Management for five years in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
Mr Cochran will be based in the Melbourne office and report to managing director Stephen Hiscock.
Mr Hiscock said Mr Cochran has a strong performance record of client management and business development.
“Anthony is an experienced manager of high-performance sales teams and has an in-depth knowledge of the asset management industry,” Mr Hiscock said.
“He also has a strong understanding of international and domestic markets as well as the value of active investing through time, complementing the broader team in our overall business objectives.”
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