UBS AM impact investing chief departs as Credit Suisse integration progresses

Narina Mnatsakanian

Eve Maddock-Jones
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UBS Asset Management head of impact investing Narina Mnatsakanian has left the firm after just over a year, following the bank’s merger with former rival Credit Suisse.

Mnatsakanian took on the role in January last year, charged with leading the expansion of UBS AM's impact investing offering, research and impact measurement capabilities. Her departure comes amid a sweep of senior changes at UBS as the lender enters the final stages of its takeover of Credit Suisse. The formal merger of UBS AG and Credit Suisse AG - the former owner of Credit Suisse bank - completed on Friday (31 May). Credit Suisse CEO steps down in major UBS board shake-up A spokesperson for UBS AM said the firm was still solidifying its respective teams by "bringing together th...

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