SSGA poaches ETF product development duo from Invesco

For SPDR arm

Tom Eckett
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State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) has hired two ETF product development specialists from Invesco.

Antoine Boulet joins from the product and sales strategy team at Invesco, where he was responsible for existing and new ETP product management and development across EMEA. Prior to this, he supported the structured products launched at Societe Generale CIB and Lyxor. Luca Zanoni also joins from the product and sales strategy team at Invesco, where he specialised in fixed income product development and management. He joined Invesco following the Source acquisition in 2017. Prior to this, he was a product analyst at Mediolanum International Funds for two years between 2013 and 2015. ...

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