General Motors Investment Management Corp. has reshuffled its international investing team, said David Holstein, managing director of international investments. Robin Rocchi is the new director of international strategy. She had been director of domestic finance in GMs treasurers office in New York. Ms. Rocchi replaces Susan Ezrati, who is now chief investment officer, GM subsidiaries. Anoop Kumar is portfolio manager of European equities, taking over for Mr. Holstein. Mr. Kumar had been an international equity analyst. His spot was filled by Kenneth Preisser, who moved from GMIMCos investment strategy team. In January, Mr. Holstein replaced Hugh Lynch, who is retiring at the end of this month.
At the end of last year, GMIMCo managed $76.8 billion in defined benefit assets for General Motors and $26.8 billion in GM defined contribution assets. It has a 17% weighting to developed international equities, 3% to emerging markets and 3% to international fixed income.