ITALY - Marco Fusco has been appointed head of business development for the institutional business of ING Asset Management Italy, following the departure earlier this month of Carlo Benetti, former head of institutional clients, to join Julius Baer Italy, as CIO responsible for institutional clients.
Fusco, 32, is former director of institutional sales at ING, although he started his career with Paribas Asset Management in Luxembourg.
ING Investment Management has been operating in Italy since 1992 and has e800m in institutional mandates there.
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