BMO Global Asset Management Names Khoury Head of MENA

Sep 25 2017 | 5:07pm ET

BMO Global Asset Management has named former Amundi executive Fadi Khoury as executive director and head of the company’s operations in the Middle East and North Africa.

In his new role, Khoury will concentrate on institutional investors located in Gulf Cooperation Council countries, including sovereign wealth funds, multilateral organizations, central banks and public pension funds, the company said. He is also tasked with expanding the business into family offices, banks, insurance companies and wealth managers.

Khoury joined in July 2017 and will be based out of BMO Global Asset Management’s representative office in Abu Dhabi. He will report to Mandy Mannix, Head of Client Management for EMEA, the company added. 

Prior to joining BMO Global Asset Management, Khoury was managing director for institutional clients in the Middle East at Amundi. 

Tracing its heritage to the 1917 founding of Bank of Montreal, BMO Global Asset Management has more than $237 billion in assets under management on behalf of institutions, individuals and asset managers worldwide. 

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