Matthieu Duncan was named CEO of Natixis Asset Management, effective April 4, a spokesman confirmed.
Mr. Duncan will replace Pascal Voisin, who resigned from the firm on Friday. Mr. Voisin could not immediately be reached for comment on his departure and his plans.
Jean Francois Baralon, deputy CEO at Natixis Asset Management, is handling CEO duties in the interim,
Mr. Duncan was previously a chief operating officer at Quilter Cheviot Investment Management. A Quilter Cheviot spokeswoman said the firm’s structure has changed since Mr. Duncan’s departure last year, and he has not been replaced.
As of Dec. 31, Natixis Asset Management, the Paris-based investment arm of Natixis Global Asset Management, had about €331 billion ($361.6 billion) in assets under management.