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Unigestion appoints Emanuele Ravano as Chairman of UNI-Global SICAV

Ravano will work closely with Unigestion’s senior management team and will be influential in mentoring and supporting Unigestion’s distribution initiatives. He is particularly well placed, given his previous experience, to support Unigestion’s accelerated distribution plans in intermediary markets.

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Unigestion, the boutique asset manager with scale, announces that Emanuele Ravano has been appointed as Chairman of UNI-Global, the SICAV comprising 13 Unigestion subfunds.

Ravano will work closely with Unigestion’s senior management team and will be influential in mentoring and supporting Unigestion’s distribution initiatives. He is particularly well placed, given his previous experience, to support Unigestion’s accelerated distribution plans in intermediary markets.

Ravano has over 30 years of experience building long-term client relationships by providing prudent investment advice and consistent portfolio management. His track record of active portfolio management at world renowned institutions include 13 years as Managing Director and Head of Global Wealth & Portfolio Management at PIMCO and 16 years as Managing Director and Head of European Fixed Income at Credit Suisse.

Bernard Sabrier, Group Chairman of Unigestion said of the appointment: “Emanuele’s vast sector knowledge and dedication to delivering measurable results will help us build on our existing strong client relationships and form new ones in the future. We are very pleased he is joining the team.”

Emanuele Ravano commented: “I am excited to be joining such a well renowned organisation, which creates such compelling and unique propositions for investors on a global scale. My passion for quality investment ideas and innovation is shared throughout the whole staff at Unigestion and I look forward to what we can achieve over the coming years.”

Next Finance , November 2016

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