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Ken Taubes

Ken Taubes

  • CIO of US Investment Management

Ken Taubes is EVP, Chief Investment Officer of U.S. Investment Management for Amundi and Amundi Pioneer.

Prior to joining Amundi Pioneer (previously Pioneer Investments) in 1998, Ken spent seven years with Putnam Investments in Boston, most recently as senior vice president and senior portfolio manager.

Ken also served as Senior Vice President and corporate treasurer of Home Owners Savings Bank in Boston, where he worked from 1986 to 1990. He began his career in 1980 with Bank of New England as a treasury officer in the bank’s international treasury division.

He holds a BS in accounting from Syracuse University’s Utica College (1980) and a MBA from Suffolk University (1985).

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About Amundi

Amundi is Europe’s largest asset manager by assets under management and ranks in the top 10[1] globally. It manages 1,487 billion[2] euros of assets across six main investment hubs[3]. Amundi offers its clients in Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and the Americas a wealth of market expertise and a full range of capabilities across the active, passive and real assets investment universes. Clients also have access to a complete set of services and tools. Headquartered in Paris, Amundi was listed in November 2015.

Thanks to its unique research capabilities and the skills of close to 4,500 team members and market experts based in 37 countries, Amundi provides retail, institutional and corporate clients with innovative investment strategies and solutions tailored to their needs, targeted outcomes and risk profiles.

 

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Footnotes

 

  1. ^ [1] Source IPE “Top 400 asset managers” published in June 2019 and based on AUM as of end December 2018
  2. ^ [2] Amundi figures as of June 30, 2019
  3. ^ [3] Investment hubs: Boston, Dublin, London, Milan, Paris and Tokyo

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