Marcello Arona named AXA IM UK CEO

Replaces Philippe d'Orgeval

Mike Sheen
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Arona joined AXA IM in 2005 following roles at HSBC and PwC
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Arona joined AXA IM in 2005 following roles at HSBC and PwC

Marcello Arona has been named as the next CEO of AXA Investment Management’s UK business, replacing Philippe d'Orgeval who left the firm to lead Amundi's UK operations earlier this month.

Based in London, Arona will oversee AXA IM UK operations and report to executive chairman Marco Morelli and global COO Godefroy de Colombe. AXA replaces retiring Harlin as executive chairman Arona,...

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