With 20 years of experience in the financial market, Vinicius Bueno Lima is the new Head of Institutional Sales of Schroders Brazil. His objective will be the strengthening of the relationship with institutional clients, announced the asset manager in a press release.
Lima worked for 12 years at Itaú Asset Management as Senior Commercial Manager in the areas of Private, Distribution and Institutional Investors. At BlackRock, he was the Commercial Head for four years, focusing on the relationship with institutional investors. Subsequently, he spent a year and a half at Porto Seguro Investimentos, as Commercial Head for Institutional & Corporate Investors.
In his most recent experience, he has worked for three and a half years as Senior Commercial Manager in the relationship with institutional and corporate investors at SulAmérica Investimentos.
“We have seen growth in the institutional area, which has sought to further explore all the opportunities for diversification that the current scenario brings,” said Daniel Celano, CFA, Country Head of Schroders Brazil. “Vinicius reinforces the expertise of our local team, which is part of an international, interdisciplinary and integrated team at Schroders, to provide all the necessary support to clients in the search for the best options for their investment profiles, aiming at the best results”, he stated.
Lima holds CFP® Certification (Certified Financial Planner), Bachelor on Business Administration from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, MBA in Economics from the Financial Sector from FEA-USP and master’s in financial economics from FGV-SP.
Schroders is a global investment manager headquartered in the United Kingdom, with over 200 years of history and 25 years in Brazil. It is one of the top 25 independent managers in the country, focusing on domestic stocks, fixed income, credit and international investments. Therefore, it’s one of the five largest investors in the Brazilian stock exchange (B3), with more than R$ 14 billion under management in domestic and international assets, in addition to managing R$ 2.1 billion of Brazilian investors in fixed income, multimarket funds, shares and assets abroad.