SANNE, a provider of alternative asset and corporate business services has appointed Malcolm Hassan as managing director of business development and marketing.
Based in SANNE’s London office, Hassan will oversee business development alongside brand & market positioning across its global platform.
Hassan will focus on achieving SANNE’S growth strategy of supporting the ambitions of fund managers with investment strategies that span the alternatives asset class through its professional services offering and jurisdictional reach.
With more than 23 years of industry experience, Malcolm joins SANNE from RBS where he was responsible for building and growing RBS’ Funds Banking business to be one of the leading and most admired banks supporting alternative funds and fund managers across Europe. Prior to joining RBS, where he held other senior roles spanning leverage finance, strategy and change, Malcolm held positions at a number of boutique M&A advisory houses. Malcolm is a qualified chartered accountant having trained with Ernst & Young and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland.
Mark Law, Chief Commercial Officer, says: "With SANNE growing at a rapid pace, it’s an exciting time to have Malcolm join and lead our global business development and marketing team. His deep skillset, client focus and strategic expertise will undoubtedly enable us to continue to achieve our growth aspirations as we seek to support our clients with excellent service delivery which has become synonymous with the SANNE brand.”
Hassan says: "SANNE is a very exciting brand. It has gone through a fantastic period of growth to firmly establish a global platform from which to service its clients. High quality client service is at the centre of this amazing growth, so I am delighted to be joining SANNE at this exciting time.”
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