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ING IM Japan appoints chief executive

Added 7th January 2015

ING Investment Management has appointed a new chief executive for the firm’s Japanese division.

ING IM Japan appoints chief executive
Hiroshi Kimura will succeed Douglas Hymas in running the ING IM Japan business.
Hymas left the firm to work as general manager for BNY Mellon's Tokyo branch.
Previously Kimura was managing director of client relations at AllianceBernstein where he built the intermediary business and drove the growth of assets under management from $3bn (£2bn, €2.5bn) to $10bn through national distributors and regional banks. 
He also held leadership roles at Credit Suisse Asset Management, Rothschild Asset Management and Taiheiyo Asset Management. 
The Dutch firm said they expect Kimura to take the firm “to the next level” by contributing to ING IM’s growth plans in Japan.

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