FRANCE - Russell has appointed Ludovica Grisi della Pie as sales manager within its institutional investment services team based in Paris.
Grisi della Pie, who will report to Jon Bailie, MD of institutional investment services, will focus primarily on the French market.
Commenting on her appointment Bailie said: “We see significant opportunities in the French market, both with retirement institutions and with other types of institutional investors”.
“We have seen growing levels of interest across Europe in our integrated, multi-manager approach to managing institutional portfolios and in order to meet this increasing demand, we are delighted to have someone of Ludovica’s experience to strengthen the team.”
Grisi della Pie joins Russell from Société Generale Private Banking where she was a portfolio manager.
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