GLOBAL - ABN AMRO Asset Management has appointed Richard Duncan as head of Investment Strategy in a bid to strengthen its investment team.
Duncan, previously an analyst with ABN AMRO in Hong Kong, takes up his new role with immediate effect and will oversee strategic research, analysing relative performance among major asset categories.
Duncan previously worked as a consultant for the International Monetary Fund where he subsequently joined the World Bank in Washington DC.
Sarah Russell, chief executive officer of ABN AMRO said: “Richard is a valued and talented researcher and strategist, ad we are delighted he will lead our Investment Strategy team.”
ABN AMRO manages assets of e176.2bn.
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