Vontobel Asset Management opens Japan office

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Vontobel Asset Management, the Swiss wealth manager, has announced the opening of its Tokyo office and the appointment of Goji Yoshino as country head, Japan. Yoshino will be responsible for managing relationships with financial institutions, consultant relations and developing new distribution partnerships, leveraging the capabilities of Vontobel's multi-boutique approach. He is a seasoned institutional sales professional with more than 25 years of experience in asset management. Yoshino joins Vontobel from BlueBay Asset Management, where he was head of institutional sales, responsib...

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