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Amundi strengthens Multi-Asset team

Amundi strengthens its Multi-Asset team with the hiring of Laurent Tignard as Head of Multi-Assets for institutional clients and the appointment of Raphaël Sobotka as Head of Multi-Assets for retail clients.

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Amundi strengthens its Multi-Asset team with the hiring of Laurent Tignard as Head of Multi-Assets for institutional clients and the appointment of Raphaël Sobotka as Head of Multi-Assets for retail clients.

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Laurent Tignard

Laurent and Raphaël report to Vincent Mortier, Global Head of Multi-Assets and Deputy Chief Investment Officer (Deputy CIO) Amundi Group. Laurent and Raphaël are experienced investment professionals who will help Amundi further develop in multi assets:

  • For retail investors (private banks, wealth managers, third party distributors, employee savings, and pension providers) by offering advisory services and savings solutions that meet their risk-return objectives ;
  • For institutions (sovereign wealth funds, pension funds, insurance companies) by developing tailormade services such as fiduciary platforms, management of dedicated mandates and asset allocation advisory services.

In an investment environment that combines low interest rates with volatile markets, multi asset expertise is central to the needs of all investors. In multi assets Amundi has over €100bn under management and €200bn of advised assets, with a team of 120 professionals. The business is focused on continental Europe and Asia through specialized teams in Paris, Milan, Vienna, Prague, Warsaw, Madrid, Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo.

Next Finance , December 2016

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