Eaton Vance Investment Managers has announced that Pepijn Heins, its head of Business Development Europe, has decided to leave the firm "to pursue other interests".
Eaton Vance Investment Managers has announced that Pepijn Heins, its head of Business Development Europe, has decided to leave the firm “to pursue other interests”.
In a letter issued by Niall Quinn, managing director and CEO of Eaton Vance Management (International) Limited, he said:
“I regret to inform you that Pepijn Heins (pictured), head of Business Development Europe, has decided to leave the firm to pursue other interests. Pepijn has been a key member of the International team since joining the firm in May 2010 and we thank him for his role in building Eaton Vance’s franchise in Europe and The Netherlands in particular.”
“Europe is an area of strategic importance for Eaton Vance and we intend to announce a replacement for Pepijn in due course. In the meantime, we have a strong team in place that will continue to serve the interests of our clients and further build out our business. Sebastian Vargas, Business Development director, and Stephen Tilson, senior International Sales and Client Service analyst will look after Pepijn’s client relationships in the interim.”
Quinn adds: “We look forward to seeing you at one of our next thought-leadership events and will be in touch again shortly with further updates on the team.”
Eaton Vance is a US listed investment manager. It reported $199.5bn in assets under management at the end of its fiscal 2012 year, up about 6% against the end of its 2011 fiscal year – according to its 2012 annual accounts.