Brown Advisory opens Japan office led by ex-Credit Suisse AM director

Mark Battersby
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Brown Advisory, a privately held global investment management firm that oversees $130.7bn in client assets, has today (25 April) opened a new office in Japan.  Toshiyuki Murasawa, a financial services veteran with over 25 years' experience who previously worked for Credit Suisse Asset Management, joins as head of Japan office. In a statement, it said the new office "is a demonstration of its commitment to providing best-in-class client service for major Japanese institutional investors". Toshiyuki will report to Walter Beckett, head of Asia Pacific, who relocated to Singapore from ...

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