Chile’s Moneda replaces CEO from within

Chilean firm Moneda Asset Management, one of the most important investment houses in Latin America, has appointed its head of institutional clients as CEO after Antonio Gil Neivas resigned to join Stanford University’s executive programme.

  • By Oliver West
  • 25 Apr 2019

Alfonso Duval is taking over as CEO, having been in charge of the relationship with clients such as pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and other foreign investors as a partner at the company since 2010. 

Duval first joined Moneda, which has over $10bn of assets under management and is ...

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