Natixis Global Asset Management Taps Huang To Lead Taiwan Efforts

Aug 23 2017 | 10:39pm ET

Natixis Global Asset Management has named former Neuberger Berman executive Tony Huang as general manager of its Taipei office and head of institutional business development for Taiwan.

In his new role, Huang will be responsible for business initiatives across the institutional, wholesale and retail channels of the company’s operations in Taiwan, according to the company. He began on July 17 and will report to Asia CEO Kinji Kato. 

Huang brings more than 20 years of industry experience to his new position, most recently serving as Neuberger Berman’s head of business development in the country. Beforehand, he spent five years at Aberdeen Asset Management as a senior manager for business development. 

Taiwan is an important market for Natixis, the statement continued, as the company expands its platform in the region in order to service large institutional investors such as pension funds, corporate clients and sub-advisory business.

Based in Paris, Natixis Global Asset Management is one of the world’s largest asset management firms, managing approximately $951 billion across 20 specialized investment managers offering a wide range of investment solutions and strategies. It is part of Natixis, the international corporate, investment, insurance and financial services arm of France’s Groupe BPCE.

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