Natixis Asset Management Names Duncan CEO

Mar 14 2016 | 6:44pm ET

Paris-based money manager Natixis Asset Management has appointed Matthieu Duncan as CEO.

The appointment will become effective on April 4. Duncan replaces Pascal Voisin, who resigned from his position from the firm with immediate effect on March 11, according to an article in Pensions & Investments. Deputy CEO Jean Francois Baralon will fulfill CEO duties in the interim, noted P&I.

The reason for Voisin’s departure or his future plans were not immediately available. 

Duncan was previously COO at London-based asset manager Quilter Cheviot Investment Management. He joined the firm in 2013 following stints as head of business strategy for Newton Investment Management and as CIO – equities for Cambridge Place Investment Management. 

Natixis Asset Management, the investment unit of Natixis Global Asset Management, was founded in 1984 and has approximately $350 billion in assets under management deployed across fixed income, European equity, structured, volatility-oriented, emerging market and responsible investment strategies.

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