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Melchior De Villeneuve

Investment Officer
Melchior manages a diversified range of multi-asset and single-asset funds of funds for various target markets ranging from Asia (one Equity, one Multi-Asset and one Fixed Income fund) to the Arabic Gulf region (three multi-asset funds) and Italy (five single-asset bond funds). He is also back-up portfolio manager for the three AXA Germany Balance portfolios.

He plays an integral role in developing and managing Architas’ Unit Linked offering in new markets. His research coverage includes global and European fixed income markets and fund universe.

Melchior joined Architas from Friends Life in September 2015 where he managed their Unit Linked multi-asset fund of fund ranges. Prior to Friends Life, he worked at AXA as an investment analyst covering a variety of equity and fixed income sectors. He has an MSc degree in Software and Hardware Engineering from Supéléc, France, and is IMC qualified.

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The View Summer 2020

The Summer edition of The View provides a step-by-step guide to how the political and economic environment has driven financial markets, and what this means for your investments.

Architas to sell UK investment business

Article | Corporate news | 01/07/2020

Architas, part of the global AXA Group, today announced the sale of its UK investment business to Liontrust Asset Management Plc (“Liontrust”). The UK investment business, which includes two regulated legal entities Architas Multi-Manager Limited and Architas Advisory Services Limited, consists of UK regulated funds and UK advisory business with around £5.6bn* in assets. Subject to regulatory approval and approval from Liontrust shareholders, it is expected the sale will be completed by the end of this year. 

Our market view

Article | Investments | 06/05/2020

Given the unprecedented situation and current high levels of volatility in the world economy, markets are clamouring for a conclusion to Covid-19.

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