Kimberley Williams has joined eVestment as international product strategy manager in eVestment’s London office.
In this new position, she will lead eVestment solutions and product development as the company continues to grow its user base in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
“As we continue to grow our international operations, eVestment recognizes that our clients’ needs can differ from region to region and country to country,” said Christophe Frerebeau, eVestment’s head of Europe, Middle East and Africa operations. “Kimberley will be a key player in working with our clients and our product development teams here in London and in the United States to ensure new products meet those varied needs and that extensions and updates of existing products also take into account international needs.”
Williams brings to eVestment a wealth of global institutional investment and consultant experience. Prior to joining eVestment, she served as a global consultant relations executive with asset management firm Amundi in London. Prior to Amundi, she held several positions within the consultant relations team at Lombard Odier Investment Managers in London.
“eVestment’s growth in international markets has already been strong,” said Williams. “I’m looking forward to bringing my skills and experience in global institutional investment to the company’s efforts to be even more responsive to international client needs. I’m also excited about joining the dynamic team here in London and being a part of the larger global eVestment family.”
In addition to being among the top global institutional investment fintech companies, eVestment is also a globally recognized top workplace. In the past year, Great Place to Work® and Fortune magazine have ranked eVestment the No. 15 mid-sized company overall to work for in the United States and the No. 5 mid-sized technology company to work for in the country. eVestment has also ranked as a top employer in the United Kingdom, earning a silver accreditation from the UK’s Investors in People organization.