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

Milan – ThreeSixty Investments has re.ceived 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

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.

GENERALI:THREESIXTY INVESTMENTS SGR,
THE INNOVATIVE
INVESTMENT BOUTIQUE FOCUSED
ON MULTI-ASSET STRATEGIES
RECEIVES AUTHORIZATION
FROM
BANK OF ITALY

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