Natixis names global head to target €600bn sustainable AUM by 2024

Mark Battersby
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Natixis Investment Managers has appointed Nathalie Wallace as global head of sustainable investing, effective from 1 September. Wallace, who previously worked at Mirova US, where she was head of ESG strategy & development, will be responsible for driving Natixis Investment Managers' ESG commitments across its distribution network, its affiliate managers and through its participation in industry-wide initiatives. Natixis IM said it had targeted to have €600bn of its AUM, equivalent to around 50% of the total, invested in the sustainable or impact investing category by 2024. Wallace ...

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