NETHERLANDS/GERMANY - Michel Alofs has quit as head of the Netherlands and European business development for Aberdeen Asset Managers.
Benenga will also control Aberdeen's Flemish speaking Belgian business.
Chris Ellyatt, group head of distribution commented: "Hans will lead our efforts in building on this established platform and expanding the team as the business develops. We thank Michel for all he has done for Aberdeen and wish him well in the future."
Until a replacement is found, Ellyatt has taken Alofs' business development role.
Aberdeen has also appointed Peter Dombek as business development manager in its Frankfurt office.
Dombek was previously director at Feri Institutional Advisors GmbH.
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