M&G appoints Fabiana Fedeli to lead its £57bn equities business
Fedeli will join M&G's management team having previously lead the equities department at Robeco AM.
LONDON, England, July 5, 2021 (PRESS RELEASE) -- M&G Investments has appointed a chief investment officer to lead its £57bn equities division as part of its commitment to revitalise its active equity investment capabilities.
Fabiana Fedeli (pictured) will take on the newly created role, reporting to M&G's chief investment officer, Jack Daniels. She joins the business on 23 August and will be based in London.
As part of the revitalisation announced last year, M&G said it wanted to deliver more consistent investment performance and develop strategies that met evolving consumer needs.
This included the recent launch of its impact range, which tackle global challenges such as climate change and healthcare.
Prior to joining M&G, Fedeli was global head of fundamental equities at Robeco Asset Management, with direct responsibility for three active equity strategies.
M&G CIO Daniels said:
"Equities will always have an essential role to play in an investor's portfolio and we believe that active equity management will deliver greater value for clients over the long-term. [This] appointment demonstrates our commitment to this vital asset class, bringing a wealth of investment experience in both equities and sustainability."
About M&G Plc
M&G plc is an international savings and investments business, managing money for both individual savers and institutional investors in 28 markets. As at 31 December 2020, we had £367 billion of assets under management and administration, around 5 million retail customers and more than 800 institutional clients.
With a heritage dating back more than 170 years, M&G plc has a long history of innovation in savings and investments, combining asset management and insurance expertise to offer a wide range of solutions. We serve our savings and insurance customers under the Prudential brand in the UK and Europe and for asset management in South Africa, and under the M&G Investments brand for asset management clients globally.
M&G has committed to achieve net zero carbon emissions on its total book of assets under management and administration by 2050 and committed to reduce operational carbon emissions as a corporate entity to net zero by 2030.