Global asset manager names new Asia-Pacific head

AXA Investment Managers has named Jean-Pierre Leoni as Asia-Pacific head. He takes up his role from January 1, replacing Anthony Fasso, who is joining AMP Capital as managing director of its international business.

  • 12 Nov 2009
Asset management firm AXA Investment Managers has announced the internal appointment of Jean-Pierre Leoni as its next Asia-Pacific head. Leoni, who takes up the role on January 1, will replace Anthony Fasso, who is joining Australian firm AMP Capital Investors in Hong Kong as managing director of its international ...

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