Natixis Global Asset Management Appoints Director of Global Key Accounts for Latin America and U.S. Offshore
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Natixis Global Asset Management (NGAM) today announces the appointment of Rodrigo Nunez Aguilar as Director of Global Key Accounts, Latin America and U.S. Offshore.
“Rodrigo will play a critical role in linking our existing U.S. Offshore business to our growing presence in Latin America”
Nunez Aguilar, based in New York, will manage U.S. Offshore and Latin America fund distribution sales teams and focus on strengthening NGAM’s relationships with cross-border fund distributors in the United States and in Latin America. He will report to Sophie del Campo, head of Latin America for NGAM International, and Ed Farrington, head of U.S. Offshore Sales.
“Rodrigo will play a critical role in linking our existing U.S. Offshore business to our growing presence in Latin America,” said Hervé Guinamant, President and Chief Executive Officer of Natixis Global Asset Management – International Distribution. “Latin America is one of the fastest growing fund markets in the world, and we know that our unique approach to portfolio construction will strongly resonate.”
Nunez Aguilar has over 17 years of asset management industry experience, most recently as head of funds and advisory sales for Latin America and U.S. Offshore at Barclays. He previously served as New York-based executive director for Latin America and U.S. Offshore Distribution at Morgan Stanley Investment Management and in roles at ING Barings and Bank Boston. Nunez Aguilar holds an MBA from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University and a B.A. in economics from the Universidad Catolica Argentina. He holds FINRA Series 7 and 63 licenses and is a CFA charterholder.
About Natixis Global Asset Management
Natixis Global Asset Management is one of the 15 largest asset managers in the world based on assets under management.1 Its affiliated asset management companies provide investment products that seek to enhance and protect the wealth and retirement assets of both institutional and individual investor clients. Its proprietary distribution network helps package and deliver its affiliates’ products around the world. Natixis Global Asset Management brings together the expertise of multiple specialized investment managers based in Europe, the United States and Asia to offer a wide spectrum of equity, fixed-income and alternative investment strategies.
Headquartered in Paris and Boston, Natixis Global Asset Management has assets under management totaling $838.2 billion (€619.3 billion) as of September 30, 2013.2 Natixis Global Asset Management is part of Natixis. Listed on the Paris Stock Exchange, Natixis is a subsidiary of BPCE, the second-largest banking group in France. Natixis Global Asset Management affiliated investment management firms and distribution and service groups include Absolute Asia Asset Management; AEW Capital Management; AEW Europe; AlphaSimplex Group; Aurora Investment Management; Capital Growth Management; Caspian Private Equity; Darius Capital Partners; Gateway Investment Advisers; H2O Asset Management; Hansberger Global Investors; Harris Associates; IDFC Asset Management Company; Loomis, Sayles & Company; McDonnell Investment Management; Natixis Asset Management; Ossiam; Reich & Tang Asset Management; Snyder Capital Management; Vaughan Nelson Investment Management; and Vega Investment Managers. Visit ngam.natixis.com for more information.
Natixis Global Asset Management, S.A. also includes business development units located across the globe, including NGAM S.A., a Luxembourg-domiciled management company, and its branch office NGAM, Sucursal en España, whose activities in Spain are regulated by the Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores.
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1 Natixis Global Asset Management (NGAM) is the world’s 15th-largest asset manager based on global assets under management as of December 31, 2012, according to Cerulli Associates.
2 Assets under management (AUM) may include assets for which non-regulatory AUM services are provided. Non-regulatory AUM includes assets which do not fall within the SEC’s definition of ‘regulatory AUM’ in Form ADV, Part 1.