Patrick Pagni has been appointed deputy to the chairman and CEO of Trust Company of the West (TCW) - the US asset management company acquired by French firm Société Générale Asset Management (SGAM) earlier this month.
Pagni joined SGAM in 1970 and was posted to the US in 1981 where he was responsible for the firm’s west coast activities.
He held a number of senior appointments at SG including head of corporate and investment banking in Hong Kong and UK chief executive.
Pagni rejoined SGAM in May 2000 as adviser to CEO Philippe Collas, responsible for expanding SGAM’s activities in the US.
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