Fannie Wurtz appointed Managing Director, Amundi ETF, Indexing & Smart Beta
London, 5th April 2016, Amundi continues to develop its ETF, Indexing and Smart Beta, which are major components of the Group’s strategy. In this context, Fannie Wurtz is appointed Managing Director of the ETF, Indexing and Smart Beta business line under the supervision of Valérie Baudson, member of Amundi’s Executive Committee.
Fannie Wurtz, Managing Director, Amundi ETF, Indexing & Smart Beta.
Fannie Wurtz is Managing Director of ETF & Indexing Sales at Amundi. Prior to joining Amundi in February 2012, she was responsible for ETF Institutional Sales and Amundi ETF business development with French & Swiss institutional clients at CA Cheuvreux from 2008. Fannie has extensive experience in institutional sales which she gained as Sales Associate Director at Fidelity Investments (2003-2008), where she was in charge of relationships with Institutional clients and distributors, and at Schroders Investment Management where she managed Institutional Client relationships. Fannie started her career at State Street Bank and KPMG Audit.
Fannie holds a Masters from ESC Bordeaux
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