General Insurance Article - Aon appoint Vicky Kydoniefs to the EMEA Investment team


Aon has appointed Vicky Kydoniefs as a partner in its EMEA Fiduciary Management team.

 Aon has appointed Vicky Kydoniefs as a partner in its EMEA Fiduciary Management team.Vicky Kydoniefs arrives at Aon with over 25 years’ experience in the pensions and financial services industries. She joins after spending 11 years with Charlemagne Capital (now part of Fiera Capital), where she was director and co-head Distribution. Prior to this, she had senior roles at Merrill Lynch Investment Managers, where she was head of UK and Irish Institutional Business Development, and at Mercury Asset Management, having started her career with SG Warburg.

 Sion Cole, senior partner at Aon, said:
 “Vicky Kydoniefs brings first rate financial markets experience to us and will be spearheading growth in our delegated business across EMEA. Her role will include working with the Townsend Group which joined Aon earlier this year and which is now being fully integrated into our business.

 “Vicky joins us with a track record of achievement at both major name and boutique asset managers, and I am sure she will be great addition to our team as we expand our activities across the Continent.”
  

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