Dario Frigerio, ex-chief executive officer (CEO) of Pioneer Global Asset Management Services, has joined Citi as a senior advisor for investor services within its global transaction services (GTS) business. Frigerio will be based in Italy, and will provide strategic counsel and work to deepen the firm’s client base across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) in the newly-created role.
Frigerio brings a wealth of industry knowledge and experience across geographies and asset classes to Citi. Previously he was head of the wealth management division of UniCredit Group, and has served at separate times as chief investment officer (CIO) of Europlus and CreditRolo Gestioni (both are now Pioneer Investments).
Frigerio is a graduate in Economics from the Bocconi University, Milan, and in addition to his new role he is also active in consultant practices and independent director in two listed companies.
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