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Hiroshi Kimura appointed CEO ING Investment Management Japan

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ING Investment Management (ING IM), soon to become NN Investment Partners, has appointed Hiroshi Kimura as CEO of ING IM Japan

ING Investment Management, soon to become NN Investment Partners, is pleased to announce that it has appointed Hiroshi Kimura as CEO of ING IM Japan from 5 January 2015.
 
Kimura is a seasoned professional with more than twenty years in the asset management industry. He joins ING IM from AllianceBernstein, where he was Managing Director Client Relations and Communications (leading Third Party Distribution) and Member of the Board. In his new role, Kimura succeeds Douglas Hymas.
 
Over the past six years Kimura has built the intermediary business of AllianceBernstein and driven the growth of assets under management from USD 3 billion to USD 10 billion through key national distributors such as Nomura, Daiwa, Nikko and Mizuho, as well as through regional banks and distributors.
 
Previously, Kimura held several leadership positions at Credit Suisse Asset Management, Rothschild Asset Management and Taiheiyo Asset Management in Japan.
 
ING IM Management Board member Martin Nijkamp says: "With Kimura-San, we have appointed a CEO that brings highly sought-after experience and a business development track record to take ING IM Japan to the next level. His breadth of expertise fits well with our strategic ambitions, and his leadership skills will contribute greatly to ING IM’s growth plans in Japan.”
 

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