Candriam appoints new CEO as Abou-Jaoudé departs to NYLIM

New CEO Vincent Hamelink

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Candriam has named a new CEO and deputy CEO, following the planned departure of its current leader Naïm Abou-Jaoudé to New York Life Investment Management.

Vincent Hamelink who was CIO of Candriam, has been named as the replacement, and Renato Guerriero has been appointed to deputy CEO. Hamelink added: "It is a privilege to take over the role of CEO and I am confident that we will continue to deliver significant value to our clients, shareholders, and all our stakeholders." Investors raise human rights concerns over facial recognition technology Abou-Jaoudé had been CEO of Candriam since 2007, when it was then known as Dexia Asset Management. He is chair of New York Life Investment Management International, a division of NYLIM. ...

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