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Wells Fargo Asset Management makes five senior hires in Europe

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Wells Fargo Asset Management (WFAM) has added five senior hires to its International Client Group, appointing Emmanuel Archampong, Charlotte Dicker, Markus Weber, Murielle Didier and Teresa Smith as the firm continues to strengthen its international development strategy in Europe.Emmanuel Archampong joins WFAM’s London office as Head of Insurance, International. Emmanuel will lead WFAM’s insurance business internationally, operating as the strategic lead with direct coverage of the UK market and partnering with regional-based client teams. Archampong joins WFAM from Royal London, where he served as Head of Insurance Sales.

Charlotte Dicker joins WFAM as Consultant Relations Director to work with investment consultants and focus on defined contribution and ESG investment solutions. Also based in London, Charlotte will work alongside Joseph Dore, Head of Consultant Relations Europe, and Matt Craddock, Client Director, focusing on growing WFAM’s increasing UK institutional presence. Dicker joins WFAM from State Street Global Advisors, where she served as Vice President in a similar role.

Joining WFAM’s Frankfurt office as Client Director, Markus Weber is responsible for developing new business with the German and Austrian institutional asset management market. Markus joins WFAM from Nordea Asset Management, where he served as an Institutional Sales Director.

WFAM has also appointed Murielle Didier as Client Director. Based at the firm’s Paris office, Murielle will advise financial institutions in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Monaco, and French-speaking Switzerland. Murielle was formerly at JP Morgan AM, where she served as a Client Advisor for wholesale key accounts in France and Monaco.

Teresa Smith joins WFAM’s London office as Business Manager, running the support aspects of the International Client Group and serving as the primary liaison between the business unit and various support partners. Teresa joined WFAM from Janus Henderson Investors, where she served as Head of EMEA Institutional Sales Support. Prior to this, Smith served as Vice President and Head of International Operations for Janus Capital International.

“We are thrilled to attract talent of this calibre to the WFAM International Client Group,” says Deirdre Flood, Head of the International Client Group at WFAM. “Each of these hires brings experience, expertise and perspective that align perfectly with where we are looking to build deeper connections with our growing client base.”

The hires reflect the increasing demand from WFAM’s international clients. The United Kingdom, Germany and France represent the firm’s three largest markets by client assets in Europe.

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