Joseph Bohrer was named investment director of the $1.4 billion Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, New York, a new position. He was managing director and director of JPMorgan Chase's Japanese institutional business and president of Morgan Trust bank in Tokyo. Mr. Bohrer, who worked in various positions at JPMorgan Fleming Asset Management for just less than two decades, resigned from the firm about a year ago, after a company reorganization. "I took some time off to spend with my family and pursue some personal interests, but then it was time to start making money again," said Mr. Bohrer. He will report to William B. Petersen, CIO, and will assist in overseeing manager selection, setting asset allocation, and portfolio construction. Mr. Bohrer said he does not expect to make any immediate changes to the fund.
Magnus Eriksson, head of equities management at AP3, Stockholm, will leave the 151.9 billion krona ($20.85 billion) fund to become an investment manager at MGA Holdings, according to a statement by Pernilla Klein, communications manager, posted on AP3's website at www.ap3.se/en. Mr. Eriksson has been with the fund since 1999. Officials at MGA Holdings could not be reached by press time; Ms. Klein did not return a call by press time seeking details.
Martin J. Wolin was named chief compliance officer for Pioneer Investment Management and the Pioneer funds, a new position. He will remain senior counsel and director of compliance, said Tara Pescatore, Pioneer spokeswoman.