Alain Bergeron was named senior vice president, investment management, at Mackenzie Investments.
Mr. Bergeron will lead Mackenzie’s asset allocation team, which oversees about C$4 billion (US$3.9 billion) in assets, and help the firm develop new alternatives strategies, according to a news release from Mackenzie.
Mr. Bergeron replaces Karen McRae, who left the company. Stephen Lee, Mackenzie spokesman, was unable to say whether Ms. McRae has taken a job elsewhere; Ms. McRae could not be reached.
Mr. Bergeron was vice president and head of global tactical asset allocation at the C$188.9 billion Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, Toronto. He was not replaced, said Linda Sims, CPPIB spokeswoman.