Impax bolsters Business Development team with senior Nordics appointment

3 October 2022

Impax Asset Management (“Impax”), the specialist asset manager investing in the transition to a more sustainable global economy, has bolstered its Business Development team with the appointment of Viktoria von Kunow as Director, Business Development, Nordics.

Based in London, Viktoria reports to Paul Voûte, Head of Distribution, Europe & Asia-Pacific. In this newly created role, Viktoria is responsible for Impax’s Business Development across the Nordic region, delivering on sales and marketing targets, and serving Nordic clients. She joined on 21 September 2022.

Viktoria joins Impax from BNY Mellon Investment Management, where she was Director of Nordic Distribution for four years. In this role, she established the BNY Mellon Investment Management brand in Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway, built an institutional and intermediary client base across the market for a range of different strategies. Prior to this, Viktoria held several managerial positions at Hermes Investment Management and M&G Investments Limited for a total of seven years.

Commenting on the appointment, Paul Voûte said: “Viktoria is an extremely experienced business development professional with proven leadership credentials She has an abundance of local market knowledge and is perfectly placed to help Impax deliver on our plans to deepen our existing presence in the Nordics and to extend our client base while strengthening relations with current clients.”

Viktoria von Kunow added: “I’m excited to be joining Impax. The firm is a well-established leader in investing in the transition to a more sustainable economy. I’m looking forward to working closely with Paul and the team, driving Impax’s business development strategy and bringing in new Nordic clients to Impax and networking with them across the region.”

Source: Impax
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