MSCI’s vice president for ETF client coverage in Australia will be keeping SMSFs in his sights in his new role.
MSCI hired Tim Bradbury to the position early this week, and he will be responsible for driving visibility, awareness and usage of the MSCI indexes within the ETF market in Australia, with a special focus on retail distribution networks and SMSFs.
“MSCI is very committed to the ETF market in Australia, whether onshore or offshore,” said Theodore Niggli, head of MSCI indexes in Asia Pacific.
“Over the last 15 years Tim has gained deep expertise of the ETF market in Australia so he is very well placed to help expand MSCI’s index franchise in this fast-growing market.”
Before joining MSCI, Mr Bradbury was managing director at ETF Consulting and ETF Portfolio Solutions, which he founded in 2010.
Prior to that he was head of investor solutions at Barclays Capital in Australia, where he implemented activity across structured products and asset management services.
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