John W. Geissinger was named chief investment officer at Christian Brothers Investment Services, according to spokeswoman Melanie Blanco.
Mr. Geissinger replaced Frank Haines, who retired in August. He will report to Michael W. O’Hern, president and CEO of CBIS.
Mr. Geissinger will be responsible for developing the firm’s investment policy and direction. He will also develop asset allocation models and risk management parameters for CBIS’ clients, supervising the organization’s manager-of-managers program and helping develop new strategies.
Mr. Geissinger was a partner with Hewitt EnnisKnupp. MacKenzie Lucas, a Hewitt EnnisKnupp spokeswoman, did not know by press time whether he had been replaced.