NETHERLANDS - Fidelity Investments, the world's largest independent fund management organisation, has announced that Monique Nooy will join its institutional marketing team, based in Amsterdam, on March 1, 2002.
Nooy joins Fidelity from F&C Management where she was director of European marketing for the last seven years. Reporting to Hans Goossens, head of Fidelity’s institutional and mutual fund business in The Netherlands, Nooy’s responsibilities will cover marketing and client liaison.
Peter Lord, MD of Fidelity’s European institutional business said: “Monique’s appointment emphasises our commitment to the Dutch market which is an area of growth for us. Monique has an extensive knowledge of the European market place and the Dutch market specifically. I know she will be a valuable addition to Hans’s team.
“Our business opportunities across Europe have increased significantly in the past two years, as we have built up our institutional resources, both locally and in London.”
By Luke Clancy
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