M&G poaches Santander multi-asset chief

Stefano Amato joins

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M&G Investments has hired the former head of multi-asset at Santander Asset Management to grow its own multi-asset team.

Stefano Amato has joined M&G as a senior fund manager. He will co-manage the €1.1bn M&G (Lux) Income Allocation fund alongside Steven Andrew, to whom he will report. Based in London, Amato brings a 15-year track record across asset management and financial markets to the team.  Incoming M&G CEO staunchly refutes break-up possibility At Santander, he was head of multi-asset solutions and lead portfolio manager for global flagship institutional and total return mandates. At M&G, Amato will contribute to asset allocation decisions for the M&G (Lux) Income Allocation fund and work w...

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