Aegon AM hires real assets sales head

Alexia Gottschalch joins from Invesco

Mike Sheen
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Alexia Gottschalch also previously worked at JP Morgan and Grosvenor
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Alexia Gottschalch also previously worked at JP Morgan and Grosvenor

Aegon Asset Management has hired Alexia Gottschalch as managing director and head of client strategy for global real assets.

Based in New York and reporting to CIO of real assets Scott Coté, Gottschalch will lead a team of eight professionals supporting sales real assets strategies.  Aegon discounts management fee on property fund as suspension continues She will liaise with Aegon AM's sales, product, marketing, and real assets portfolio managers and research teams, to ensure strong "connectivity" between investors and clients, the firm said.  Gottschalch has over 25 years' experience in financial services and joins from Invesco where she held a number of senior roles, latterly as managing director head ...

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