JPES Partners makes new hires

Communications consultancy to the investment industry, JPES Partners, has hired Tahmina Mannan and Roya Abbasi to join its team as senior client manager and senior client executive, respectively.

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Tahmina Mannan

Mannan joins from fund ratings and research firm FE Trustnet, where she headed up the PR team. Previously, she was a financial journalist covering the UK retail investment industry at Incisive Media, followed by two years covering the Euro Medium Term Note (EMTN) private placement market for a newswire.

Abbasi joins JPES Partners from London PR agency Four Broadgate, where she worked as an account executive. She helped develop and implement communications strategies for a number of leading asset management and banking clients including Woodford Investment Management, Baillie Gifford and SEB Bank.

Julian Samways, managing director at JPES Partners, added: “The arrivals of Tahmina and Roya come at the end of what has been a highly successful year for JPES Partners. We now look forward to an exciting 2017 with our experienced team continuing to expand the range of profile-raising opportunities available to our clients.”

 

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