Invesco EMEA CEO Schlossberg departs IA board to move to US for new role

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Laura Dew
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Invesco's EMEA CEO Andrew Schlossberg has left his seat on the board of the Investment Association to move to the US after being promoted to the role of head of Americas.

Schlossberg joined the IA board in October 2017 as a non-executive director, replacing former BlackRock EMEA head of retail Alex Hoctor-Duncan.  At Invesco, he was chief executive officer for the firm's EMEA region until recently, having joined the business in 2001 from Citigroup.  It is understood Schlossberg has now been promoted to a role as head of Americas in the US so will be moving there, having previously relocated to the UK in 2016. He has held a variety of roles during his Invesco tenure including head of US retail distribution and global ETFs, and head of global corporat...

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