BlackRock will run both equities and corporate fixed income; Rogge will run corporate fixed income only, and Mellon will manage equities.
Details of the allocation and funding source were not provided; officials at the central bank could not be reached for comment.
BlackRock spokeswoman Bobbie Collins confirmed the hiring but declined to provide further details. Mellon spokeswoman Patrice Kozlowski and Douglas Hesney, a spokesman for Rogge parent Old Mutual Asset Management, couldn’t immediately comment.
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