International investment house BNP Paribas Asset Management has hired Jean Dominjon as global head of alternative and quantitative asset management.
Dominjon is responsible for the firm’s worldwide management and development of alternative, structured, quantitative and index-linked management activities. He will be based in London and reports to Gilles Glicenstein, managing director of BNP Paribas Asset Management.
Dominjon joins the firm after a year working for an internet start-up venture. Prior to that he spent 15 years at Societe Generale as head of interest rate derivatives group, head of fixed income and most recently as head of global markets.
Commenting on the appointment Glicenstein said: We aim to increase our alternative and quantitative assets under management from EUR9.5bn today to nearly EUR40bn in five years' time.
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