Axyon AI Appoints Francesca Campanelli as New Chief Commercial Officer
- Artificial Intelligence , People Moves
- 05.05.2020 10:35 am
Axyon AI, a leading AI provider for the asset management industry, has appointed Francesca Campanelli as its new Chief Commercial Officer (CCO). Axyon AI provides deep learning solutions that help asset managers deliver more efficient and innovative investment products. The company, which includes UniCredit S.p.A. and ING Bank N.V. among its investors, operates in close partnership with the renowned AI and computer sciences faculty at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
Francesca Campanelli brings two decades of experience within the asset management industry to the Axyon AI leadership team. Francesca began her career in asset management as a Portfolio Manager with Allianz Global Investor, after which she worked with BlackRock, Muzinich & Co. Prior to joining Axyon AI, Francesca was Head of Product Development at Quaestio Capital Management.
Francesca Campanelli, CCO at Axyon AI, comments:
“This is a challenging time for the investment industry and with current market fluctuations, asset managers need solutions that can mitigate downside risk and create stronger investment strategies. Joining Axyon AI is an exciting opportunity to be part of the solution these firms need. I am looking forward to bringing Axyon’s innovative and market-leading technology to more organisations, partnering with them in a changing investment landscape.”
Daniele Grassi, CEO at Axyon AI says:
“Following the recent expansion of our advisory board and the appointment of Elena Bittante as an independent board member, we are continuing our growth within the asset management space as we welcome Francesca as our new CCO.
“Francesca’s experience, and her deep knowledge of asset management, will provide unique insights into the challenges asset managers are facing and will widen the reach of Axyon AI’s solutions as the answer to many of them. Francesca will play a key role in supporting our continued growth in this sector.”