February 4, 2020

Generali: ThreeSixty Investments SGR, the innovative investment boutique focused on multi-asset strategies, receives authorization from Bank of Italy

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Milan – ThreeSixty Investments has received Bank of Italy’s regulatory authorization to operate as an asset manager (Società di Gestione del Risparmio) under Italian law. The new venture, a strategic partnership between Generali Group and a team of experienced professionals led by Giordano Lombardo, will specialize in multi-asset strategies.
Generali: ThreeSixty Investments SGR, the innovative investment boutique focused on multi-asset strategies, receives authorization from Bank of Italy
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Milan – ThreeSixty Investments has received Bank of Italy’s regulatory authorization to operate as an asset manager (Società di Gestione del Risparmio) under Italian law. The new venture, a strategic partnership between Generali Group and a team of experienced professionals led by Giordano Lombardo, will specialize in multi-asset strategies.
Together with Lombardo, who is the company’s Chief Executive Officer and co-Chief Investment Officer, the other founders of the company are Mauro Ratto, co-Chief Investment Officer, Diego Franzin, Senior Portfolio Manager and Head of Portfolio Strategies and Robert Richardson, Chief Operating Officer, all experienced executives in the asset management sector, with a proven track record in business and investment development. ThreeSixty has continued to build its investment team, with the recent hiring of Marco Mencini, Senior Equity Portfolio Manager.

ThreeSixty Investments SGR, the innovative investment boutique focused on multiasset strategies, receives authorization from Bank of Italy
February 4th, 2020

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