Fresh face on AM major's top team bolsters Nordic work

One of the world's largest asset managers is broadening its executive committee. An effect of the move is to improve business conditions for its Nordic chief, AMWatch learns.

Viggo Johansen, Nordic head of Natixis Investment Managers. | Photo: Natixis

Natixis Investment Managers recently hired long-term institutional sales specialst Andrew Benton in the newly-created role of head of Northern Europe.

Benton is a member of the business development executive committee, and therefore responsible for growing the French EUR 861 billion money manager's Nordic business. Viggo Johansen, the firm's Nordic chief who now reports to Benton, is pleased with the new hire:

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