Robert Crispin has been appointed president and chief investment officer of ING Investment Management (IIM), Americas.
Crispin succeeds Tom Balachowski who took over as chairman of IIM following the resignation of Jacob van Eeghen as of May 1 this year.
Crispin will be responsible for all IIM activities throughout the Americas.
He holds extensive experience in executive positions both in investment management and insurance business management, including heading the investment operations at US insurance group Travelers and US financial services organisation Lincoln National.
In addition, he has managed major sections of insurance businesses during his career.
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