] CEO Roger Yates
aims to grow Pioneer's U.S. business from
the current 35 billion euros ($45.56 billion) to 60 billion euros ($78.11 billion) over the next five years.
The growth goal is one of the takeaways from the
that Milan-based Yates gave
to the Financial Times'
Ruth Sullivan. The interview comes nine months after Pioneer Investments' parent, UniCredit, pulled Pioneer off the auction block.
Yates plans to add international equity and fixed income offerings to the U.S. unit's product roster and make a push into the institutional space.
He called the U.S. unit, which is based out of Boston and led by Dan Kingsbury
, a "potential jewel in the crown" for Pioneer.
to see more from Yates' FT
Armie Margaret Lee
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