ITALY - Robin Lough has moved from Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein (DrKW) to join Pioneer Investments in Milan as head of strategy and business development.
At DrKW in London Lough was managing director of equity capital markets with a focus on Iberia, Italy and financial institutions.
Lough will report dually to Dario Frigerio, chief executive officer and Giordano Lombardo (pictured), deputy CEO.
Lombardo commented: Robin’s appointment will provide a level of strategic oversight to support business development...both for organic growth, through existing and new distribution channels and via acquisitions.”
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