Natixis Asset Management (the €331.4 billion French asset manager) has appointed Mattheiu Duncan, former director at Newton Investment Management and Quilter Cheviot, as chief executive following the announcement Pascal Voisin is to leave the firm.

Duncan’s career has spanned roles at Goldman Sachs, Cambridge Place Investment Management, Newton Investment Management and, most recently, Quilter Cheviot, which he joined in November 2013. He left Quilter Cheviot in May 2015.

NAM said Duncan would be “looking to accelerate” the firm’s international growth, as well as continue its integration within NGAM’s global multi-affiliate business model. NAM, which employs some 650 people, specialises in European fixed income and equities.

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