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La Française appoints new Country Head for Italy

La Française, an international asset management firm with over €58 billion in assets under management (30/09/2016) and offices located throughout Europe, Asia and in the Unites States, continues to pursue its development strategy in Italy and has appointed Luigi Brunetti as Country Head.

La Française, an international asset management firm with over €58 billion in assets under management (30/09/2016) and offices located throughout Europe, Asia and in the Unites States, continues to pursue its development strategy in Italy and has appointed Luigi Brunetti as Country Head.

“With seventeen years of experience in the asset management industry, occupying senior investor relations positions, covering both the retail and institutional segments, Luigi’s knowledge of the Italian market will be crucial in achieving our development objectives.” said Andrea Bertocchini, Head of Northern Europe, Benelux & Italy.

Luigi Brunetti began his career in 2000 with ING Group as Account Manager. In 2002, he moved to Aletti Gestielle as Senior Relationship Manager and was promoted to Head of Retail Business Development soon thereafter. In 2008, he joined Aviva Investors as Business Development Director, responsible for the institutional and retail segments as well as a wide range of investment solutions: hedge funds, UCITS, Real Estate funds and other asset management services. Prior to joining La Française in Italy, Luigi was a Senior Sales Manager for Raiffeisen Capital Managerment. Luigi’s extensive work experience and more particularly, his acute knowledge of both the retail and institutional investor segments, will contribute to further expanding business in Italy.

Luigi Brunetti holds a degree in Business Administration from the University of Luigi Bocconi in Italy.

Next Finance , December 2016

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