Yves Van Langenhove has been appointed chief investment officer at the Brussels based fund manager, INVESCO Benelux.
A spokewoman for the firm also confirmed that Van Langenhove joins as INVESCO’s deputy CEO, responsible for institutional sales and client servicing in Holland and Belgium.
Van Langenhove will report to INVESCO Benelux’s chief executive, Pierre-Yves Goemans. He will start at Invesco on June 11.
Presently, Van Langenhoven is executive director with Fortis in Brussels. He has been with Fortis for the past 16 years, 12 of which were spent in asset management.
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