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iM Global Partner appoints Philippe Uzan as Chief Investment Officer

Friday, February 28, 2020
Opalesque Industry Update - iM Global Partner announces the appointment of Philippe Uzan as Deputy CEO and CIO Asset Management. He will be in charge of managing the iM Global Partner fund platform and in particular the OYSTER fund range.

Following the announcement of the acquisition of SYZ Asset Management (Luxembourg)[1] and the integration of the OYSTER fund range into its international distribution platform at the beginning of February, iM Global Partner announces the recruitment of renowned expert Philippe Uzan to lead the fund management offering of iM Global Partner's distribution platforms.

Based in Paris, Mr. Uzan will be in charge of the management of the Luxembourg SICAV fund range - representing €2 billion in assets under management - and will be responsible for the selection and monitoring of the strategies chosen by iM Global Partner to sub-delegate the financial management of its funds.

Philippe Uzan has over 25 years of experience, primarily in asset management. He joins iM Global Partner after more than 11 years at Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management in key positions: Chief Investment Officer and Member of the Executive Committee. He previously held various operational positions in other prestigious asset management companies such as Natixis Asset Management and AGF (Allianz Group). Philippe Uzan began his career as an equity derivatives trader at Société Générale. He is a graduate of the École Normale Supérieure.

Philippe Couvrecelle, Founder and CEO of iM Global Partner, comments: "After having shared several joint professional projects, I am particularly happy to welcome Philippe in our team. His in-depth knowledge of asset management will be key to the development of our distribution platform. His next projects will focus on the evolution of the OYSTER range, and in particular, the development of new products for customers. Philippe's skills are also vital as iM Global explores the prospect of a future US fund range acquisition."

Philippe Uzan, Deputy CEO and Chief Investment Officer, adds: "After several years working for major traditional asset management companies, I am very pleased to join iM Global Partner, with whom I share a modern and innovative vision of the industry. I am looking forward to participating in building our offerings for clients around the world."

Philippe Uzan will join the Executive Board of iM Global Partner, now composed of:

Philippe Couvrecelle, Founder and CEO

Jean Maunoury, Deputy CEO and CIO in charge of Investments

Jeff Seeley, Deputy CEO and Head of US Distribution

José Castellano, Deputy CEO and Head of International Distribution

Philippe Uzan, Deputy CEO and CIO in charge of Asset Management

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