Natixis Asset Management appoints Nuno Teixeira as Head of Institutional & Retail Solutions

Nuno Teixeira has been appointed Head of Institutional & Retail Solutions, Natixis Asset Management, reporting to Franck Nicolas, Head of the Investment & Client Solutions group.

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Nuno will be heading a multi-asset investment team providing tailored solutions to Natixis Global Asset Management’s clients, both institutional and third-party distributors. The team of around ten investment professionals has already reached €19 billion in assets under management [1] and enjoys a leading position in France in the market of multi-asset institutional mandates. One of its main challenges will be to strengthen its footprint in international markets. The team will notably draw upon innovative solutions such as the Global Risk Parity investment process successfully implemented since 2013.

Nuno Teixeira began his career in 1987 in Paris as financial controller at the French derivatives clearing house, Matif SA. From 1989 to 1997, he was Head of Corporate Investments at the life insurance company Imperio Assurances. In 1997, he joined the US asset management company Invesco as Head of the Multimanagement Fund of Funds team.

More recently, Nuno Teixeira has held various positions at Schroders, notably Head of Business Development, France (2003-2011), then Country Head of the Paris branch (2012-2015).

Nuno Teixeira is 50 and is a graduate of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po). He holds an MBA from INSEAD.

Next Finance , May 2016

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[1] Source: IPE Top 400 Asset Managers 2015 ranked Natixis Asset Management as the 46th largest asset manager based on global assets under management, and by the country of the main headquarters and/or main European domicile, as of 31 December 2014.

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