Edmond de Rothschild appoints Munsters’ replacement

Wealth and investment manager Edmond de Rothschild Group has appointed Vincent Taupin as head of its global asset management division.

This follows Roderick Munsters’ decision to resign for personal reasons.

Taupin will assume responsibility for the group’s asset management from January 1, 2017, alongside his existing role as president du directoire of Edmond de Rothschild France.

In other moves at the firm, Renzo Evangelista and Stéphane Pardini have been appointed deputy directors in the French Private Bank. 

In addition, Didier Deléage has been appointed chief executive officer of Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management (France).

“I believe that now is the right time to accelerate the convergence of our expertise, businesses and geographies,” said Ariane de Rothschild, chairwoman of the group executive committee.

©2016 funds europe

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