BNP Paribas AM merges quantitative and ETF teams

Led by Robinson Rouchié

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BNP Paribas Asset Management has merged its quantitative portfolio management and ETF teams to form a new division.

The new Systematic & Quantitative Investments team is designed to be distinct from, but complement, the fund house's fundamental portfolio management in equities, fixed income and multi asset Within an environment of regulatory change, the initiative reflects BNPP AM's growth ambition, the asset manager said. BNP Paribas creates €30bn unit dedicated to private assets SQI will be focused on supporting clients with portfolio solutions integrating both financial and extra-financial criteria. The new division will be led by Robinson Rouchié, who has been appointed chief investment o...

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