BNP Paribas Investment Partners Appoints Bourcier Head of ETF and Indexed Fund Activities at THEAM

Jun 2 2016 | 12:50pm ET

BNP Paribas Investment Partners appointed Isabelle Bourcier head of ETF and indexed fund activities at THEAM, its subsidiary specializing in protected, indexed and model-driven asset management, according to the company. 

In the newly-created role, Bourcier will be responsible for accelerating the development of THEAM's indexed and ETF investment solutions and coordinating their implementation in key markets, including in France and more widely across Europe. She will lead the indexed management team, which currently consists of approximately 20 employees based in Paris, as well as supervising a new team, currently being recruited, which will focus on the sale of indexed fund and ETF solutions.

Bourcier will report to Denis Panel, CEO of THEAM, and will be a member of THEAM's executive committee.

“We are delighted to welcome Isabelle Bourcier to THEAM.  She is a well-known name in indexed management and her appointment will give new momentum to the distribution of our indexed fund and ETF ranges and strengthen their sales in Europe,” Denis Panel, CEO of THEAM, said in a statement.

Founded in 2011 through the merger of two of Paris-based BNP Paribas Group’s specialist teams, THEAM has $42 billion AUM and currently employs more than 60 fund managers, product structuring experts, investment specialists and financial engineers.

 


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