IQ-EQ Appoints New Global Head Of Private, Institutional Asset Owners
The new global head of private and institutional asset owners will be leading IQ-EQ’s strategy and offering for this key segment worldwide in the next phase of its growth.
Global investor services group IQ-EQ has appointed Ilias Georgopoulos to take a key position in the group’s commercial leadership team as global head of private and institutional asset owners.
Georgopoulos has over 25 years’ financial services experience, including more than a decade at senior leadership level and with responsibilities spanning the US, EMEA and APAC. Most recently, he was CEO of Credit Suisse’s MultiConcept Fund Management SA in Luxembourg, where he was responsible for driving growth initiatives, supporting cross-product, cross segments’ development and enabling service evolution. Previously, Georgopoulos was global head of relationship management, sales and marketing at Alter Domus and before that managing director and head of sales and relationship development for RBC Investor Services Bank SA, the firm said.
In his new role, Georgopoulos will lead IQ-EQ’s strategy and offering for this key segment worldwide. Working closely with the P&I and wider commercial leadership teams, Georgopoulos will drive the development and implementation of global and regional strategies to support the group’s business objectives and growth ambitions.
Georgopoulos is based in Luxembourg, reporting to IQ-EQ’s group chief commercial officer, Emma Crabtree, who said: “Ilias’ impressive career and well-honed expertise made him the natural choice to lead IQ-EQ’s P&I segment as we enter the next phase of our growth journey. With a shared vision for this important and high-potential business area, he’s all set to drive the segment forward at pace, exploring new opportunities while ensuring we continue to deliver the exemplary service our private wealth and institutional clients are accustomed to. Welcome to the team, Ilias!”
IQ-EQ employs a global workforce of more than 4,300 people located in 24 jurisdictions and has assets under administration exceeding $750 billion.