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Investec Asset Management opens Italian office

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Investec Asset Management has expanded its European client group with the opening of its Italian office, following the hire of Marco Orsi as Italian sales director.

Orsi joins Sarah Pastore, Italian sales manager in focusing on the Italian market.
 
This further supports Investec Asset Management’s expansion across Europe in both the institutional and advisor channel. The firm provides core and specialist asset classes through strategies such as global equity, multi-asset, emerging market debt and equity.
 
Stef Bogaars, managing director, European client group, says: “As a global investor, we believe that we will be able to bring our expertise in active management across a range of investment capabilities, including emerging markets, to a range of Italian partners. We look forward to working with our clients in this market.”

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