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Columbia Management hires deputy head of global investment solutions


William Landes has joined Columbia Management as deputy head of global investment solutions.

Landes will serve in a dual role, setting the strategic direction for Columbia's multi-asset business, including product development and client solutions, as well as working with the investment solutions team to deliver investment strategies to meet client goals.
 
Landes will drive the expansion of Columbia's outcome-oriented investment capabilities, working in partnership with Jeff Peters, global head of institutional distribution and business solutions, and Jeff Knight, global head of investment solutions.
 
In addition, Landes and the team will collaborate with Toby Nangle, head of multi-asset allocation for Threadneedle Investments.
 
Columbia and Threadneedle form the global asset management business of Ameriprise Financial.
 
"We're delighted to have such an experienced and highly regarded investment professional join Columbia to drive the growth of our investment solutions business," says Peters. "Drawing on his significant experience in both traditional and alternative asset management, Bill's combination of investment depth and business leadership will help us grow our offering of multi-asset products and capabilities that deliver outcome-oriented solutions to our clients."

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