Jeremy Shor returned to Brown Brothers Harriman as a vice president and leader of a new four-person structured products group. Mr. Shor was vice president and head of quantitative research at Fiduciary Trust and previously had been a member of the BBH Quantitative Research Group. While Mr. Shor's position is new, other members of Mr. Shor's team transferred from other parts of the firm's institutional fixed-income group, said John Nelson, managing director in charge of institutional fixed-income relationship management. In addition, Idanna Appio joined BBH as vice president and emerging markets analyst on the firm's global fixed-income team, a new position. She had been an economic specialist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Also, William P. Enright joined the firm as senior vice president, charged with consultant relations, a new position. Mr. Enright held a similar role at Lazard Asset Management, and had previously led Towers Perrin's New York investment consulting practice. Fiduciary Trust spokesman William Weeks said the firm is "down to a short list of candidates" for Mr. Shor's position. Rich Silverman, spokesman at Lazard, did not return calls asking for comment by press time.
Carolyn M. Margiotti joined Robeco Investment Management as a senior vice president, said Davis Clayson, managing director and head of client service. Ms. Margiotti is based in the firm's Greenbrae, Calif., office and reports to Mr. Clayson. She will work with West Coast-based clients of Robeco subsidiaries Boston Partners and Weiss Peck & Greer; Robeco added the position to better serve "an existing and growing client base on the West Coast," he said. Ms. Margiotti is also a member of Robeco Investment Management's relationship management team. Ms. Margiotti was manager-investments and benefit finance at PG&E Corp., San Francisco. Peter K. Corippo, director-investments & benefit finance at PG&E, is temporarily handling Ms. Margiotti's previous responsibilities. He said company officials hope to hire a replacement soon.
Scott Craven Jones was named executive vice president and chief administrative officer at Calamos Asset Management, responsible for strategic planning. The position is new. He was managing director, strategic development, at Northern Trust Global Investments and global COO for NTGI's quantitative and passive asset management units. Christine Harmon, a spokeswoman for NTGI, said the firm is reviewing its options regarding his successor.