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PineBridge appoints head of Switzerland and Austria

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PineBridge Investments has appointed Alain Meyer as the firm’s head of Switzerland and Austria.

In this role, he will oversee PineBridge’s continued expansion into the Swiss institutional and intermediaries market and the opening of a new Zurich office scheduled for 2017.
 
Meyer joins PineBridge Investments from Aviva Investors, where he was head of institutional sales, overseeing operations across Germany, Austria and Switzerland – with a primary focus on Switzerland.
 
Klaus Schuster, head of Europe at PineBridge, says: “I am delighted to announce the appointment of Alain as our new head of Switzerland and Austria with the forthcoming opening of a new Zurich office. Our client business in Switzerland has grown significantly over the past few years. We are excited to have an on-the-ground presence to service our clients in the best way. I believe Alain will contribute to the overall strength of the European business and help us to achieve our ambitious growth plans in the region.”

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