Natixis names Singapore country head

Natixis, SingaporeDora Seow has been named as Natixis Investment Managers’ chief executive for Singapore. The former Franklin Templeton executive will be based in Singapore, reporting to Fabrice Chemouny, head of Asia Pacific. She will be responsible for leading Natixis IM’s development in the Southeast Asia market with a particular focus on sustainable investment, emerging market fixed income and Asia equities. Prior to joining Natixis IM, Seow spent 20 years with Franklin Templeton and was most recently country head for Singapore. Natixis IM opened its first Asian office in Tokyo in 2001 and has since opened offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Seoul, Taipei, Sydney and Beijing. © 2022 funds global asia

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