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BlackRock’s Morton hired as Henley Investments CIO

Private equity firm Henley Investments appoints former BlackRock property manager Jeff Morton as chief investment officer.

By Jenna Voigt | Published May 23, 2012 | comments

Surrey-based private equity property company Henley Investments has appointed Jeff Morton as chief investment officer (CIO).

Mr Morton, who was previously head of investments for BlackRock’s flagship £2bn UK Real Estate fund, has joined the firm to push forward its commercial property fund management business.

Mr Morton left BlackRock in January this year. His replacement has not yet been confirmed.

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