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Nuveen expands European footprint with appointment of head of Benelux

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Nuveen, one of the largest global asset managers with over $US1.2 trillion assets under management, has appointed Gül Poslu as Head of Benelux.

Based in Amsterdam, Gül is responsible for developing and maintaining Nuveen’s relationships with institutional clients across Benelux. She will also work closely with the broader Global Client Group team to hold and expand Nuveen’s partnerships with clients in this region. Gül reports to Romina Smith, Head of Continental Europe at Nuveen, who is based in Germany.

Gül has more than 15 years of asset management experience and joins Nuveen from Goldman Sachs, where she was Executive Director Institutional Clients & Head of Consultant Relations. Her other previous roles include Senior Business Development at Achmea Investment Managers, Investment Manager at PGGM and Trading Risk Analyst at ING Bank.

Backed by institutional investor TIAA, Nuveen is uniquely positioned to partner with like-minded investors around the world.

Romina Smith, Head of Continental Europe at Nuveen, said: "We have established a strong presence in Benelux and partner with some of the most influential institutional investors across the region. Gül’s extensive experience and leadership will be pivotal as we further expand our footprint across this key strategic market.

“Gül’s appointment further emphasises our commitment to meeting the growing demand in the Benelux region and provide institutional investors with our innovative and across both traditional and alternative markets."

Gül Poslu, Head of Benelux at Nuveen, said: “Nuveen’s brand and offering continues to grow across the European market and globally, and it is an exciting time to join the business as it continues to establish itself as an influential global player in the asset management sector. This, in combination with Nuveen’s commitment to responsible investment and diversity in the industry, is what attracted me to the firm.

“The breadth and depth of Nuveen’s investment platform and expertise certainly resonates with the client demand in the region, and will allow us to offer tailored and bespoke solutions to investors to help them reach their individual objectives.

I look forward to working closely with the team in Amsterdam and collaborating with my global colleagues to further build our client relationships across Benelux.

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