UK - AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) has appointed Richard Lambert to its board.
Lambert, a former editor of the Financial Times between 1991 and 2001, joins AXA as a non-executive director.
He is also UK chairman of the Franco-British colloque, a group of industrialists and politicians from the two countries, and a member of the international advisory board of BritishAmerican Business Incorporated.
AXA IM has operations in 13 different countries worldwide, and has more than EUR270bn of assets under management.
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