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first_img“He brought new life to the company internationally, and successfully contributed to the development of Natixis Global Asset Management’s multi-affiliate model by taking majority equity interests in H2O Asset Management and Dorval Asset Management, and by using Natixis Asset Management’s expertise to create Seeyond and Mirova,” the board added.Voisin has previously worked at Crédit Agricole Asset Management as deputy chief executive and head of asset management, and was Groupe Crédit Agricole’s CIO.The statement did not shed any light on the reasons behind his departure.Duncan has held a number of senior positions in asset management, working as CIO for equities at Cambridge Place Investment Management, head of business strategy at Newton Investment Management and COO at Quilter Chevriot Investment Management. Matthieu Duncan has been named chief executive of Natixis Asset Management, following the resignation of Pascal Voisin.Duncan will join the French manager at the beginning of April, after Voisin stepped down from the position he had held since 2007.Voisin’s sudden departure, confirmed late last week by the French press, will result in current deputy chief executive François Baralon stepping into the role on an interim basis, until Duncan joins on 4 April.In a statement, Natixis’s board thanked Voisin for his work over the last 11 years at the company.last_img read more

first_imgDavid Ivan Bean, 78, of Greensburg passed away on August 21, 2017. He was born on June 16, 1939 in Osgood, the son of Ivan and Emily (Corson) Bean. He was a 1957 graduate of Osgood High School. On April 14, 1962 he married Carolyn June Weber and she preceded him in death on September 19, 2011. David was the owner of Napa of Greensburg. He had worked at KB Foods and most recently drove cars for Acra Automotive. He was a member of the Greensburg United Methodist Church, Masonic Lodge of Greensburg, Order of the Eastern Star, employed by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and was a Greensburg volunteer fireman. David was best known for spreading holiday cheer both locally and in the surrounding communities during the Christmas season. Survivors include: Daughters- Deborah (John) Sellers and Melissa (David) Fischer; Grandchildren- Olivia (Shane) Fischer-Smith, Sean Sellers, and Kyle Sellers; and Sister- Emily D. Lewis. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Carolyn and his brother Donald Bean.A visitation for family and friends will be held on Thursday, August 24, 2017 from 3PM 7PM at the Greensburg United Methodist Church. Funeral services will begin at 10AM on Friday, August 25 also at the church with Pastor Dan Richwine officiating. Burial will follow at the South Park Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to the Greensburg United Methodist Church or the Cheer Fund. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.gilliland-howe .com.last_img read more