UK-based Axa Rosenberg Investment Management has been awarded specialist manager of the year by Global Pensions magazine.
The award was presented at a recent ceremony in Brussels where AXA was pitched against Alliance Capital, Ashmore Investment Management, Brandes International Partners, and Invesco.
The results were based on an independent survey of European pension plans commissioned by Global Pensions.
Nominees were judged by a panel of five including Anthony Ashton, partner and head of investment consulting practice at Bacon & Woodrow in the UK; Gino Pfister, director of Novartis AG in Switzerland; chief executive officer of the Philips Pension Fund in the Netherlands, Dick Snijders; Erik Veedfald, chief investment officer of the Danish Lawyers’ and Economists’ pension fund; and chief investment officer and joint deputy chief executive of UK's Hermes Pensions Management, Tony Watson.
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