Amundi names Vincent Mortier as CIO and launches new research unit

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French fund manager Amundi has appointed Vincent Mortier as chief investment officer, taking over from Pascal Blanqué who has become chair of the newly launched research unit Amundi Institute. Mortier (pictured) has been group deputy CIO since 2015 and been key in "anchoring" ESG at the heart of the fund managers investment process, Amundi stated. He has also been very active in the Asia ex-Japan region. He joined from Société Générale CIB where he held several positions within equity derivatives, most recently as chief financial officer of the Global Banking and Investor Solutions di...

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