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New York Life Names Naïm Abou-Jaoudé as CEO of New York Life Investment Management

New York Life, America’s largest mutual life insurer , today announced that Naïm Abou-Jaoudé has been named Chief Executive Officer of New York Life Investment Management (NYLIM). Mr. Abou-Jaoudé is currently the CEO of Candriam, a global multi-specialist asset manager with $149 bn of assets under management, active in 20 countries, and one of New York Life’s largest investment subsidiaries. Mr. Abou-Jaoudé is also the Chair of New York Life Investment Management International, a division of NYLIM. Mr. Abou-Jaoudé will report into Alain Karaoglan, Head of the Strategic Businesses at New York Life.

According to the 30% Club France Investor Group’s annual report, gender diversity is improving in the SBF 120 but there is still a long way to go

The 30% Club France Investor Group announces today the publication of its second annual report, revealing the latest trends and data on gender diversity at 120 companies part of the SBF 120 Index in France.

Candriam strengthens investment expertise with apppointment of five new fund managers

Candriam, a global multi-asset manager focused on sustainable and responsible investing, is pleased to announce the appointment of five new fund managers in response to continued investor demand for its product offering. They will all be based in Paris.
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    Temperatures rising, inflation cooling

    We have started 2023 with a preference for equities over bonds, as our investment strategy turned more constructive on attractive price levels in October.
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    Signs of weakening inflation

    Market exuberance continued in December and through the first days of January, as risky assets posted a strong performance, once again on the back of signs of weakening inflation and the hope that central banks would strike a less hawkish tone.
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    Hawkish Fed weighed on market sentiment

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    Mixed picture

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