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NeoXam Names Former State Street COO as Managing Director for EMEA West

NeoXam has named former State Street COO France, Bruno Noyon, as managing director for the EMEA West region. Noyon joins NeoXam having most recently been managing director of IQ-EQ France and CEO of Equitis Gestion. Prior to this, he spent over 15 years as COO and senior vice president of State Street’s Global Servicing business in France. He has also held the role of global head of performance and data management at AXA Investment Managers. Noyon will be responsible for business growth in the region and will oversee over 100 consultants and an experienced distribution team.

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