Pioneer Investments

Pioneer Investments is a leading global asset management company dedicated to growing and preserving client assets.  We are present in 28 countries and employ an experienced team of over 2,090 employees worldwide, including nearly 360 investment professionals. Our global investment centers in Boston, Dublin and London, along with an extensive network of local investment and marketing offices, afford us a global perspective as well as in-depth knowledge of local markets.  Our diverse range of investment products spans both traditional and non-traditional asset classes, including mutual funds, separately managed accounts, institutional strategies and retirement plans.

The history of Pioneer Investments began in 1928, when legendary investor, Philip L. Carret, founded the Pioneer Fund, now the third-oldest mutual fund in the United States. Over the years Pioneer Investments has played its part in defining the worldwide mutual fund industry.

Today, as in the past, we are dedicated to meeting the needs of our clients by delivering a world-class level of service, and offering competitive, high-quality investment products that are designed to stand the test of time.

In December, 2016 the company was acquired by Anundi for $3.8 billion.


Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Amundi
HQ
Milan, IT
Founded
1928
Pioneer Investments was founded in 1928 and is headquartered in Milan, IT

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Pioneer Investments has an office in Milan

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1928
Pioneer Investments is a subsidiary of Amundi

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​Italy's largest ever rights issue was announced this morning by Unicredit, the country's biggest bank.  The lender pushed the button on a €13bn (£10.9bn) rights issue, in a balance sheet restructuring Unicredit hopes will pave the way for dividend payouts to recommence by 2019. A raft of inte…
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