Kevin McCreadie was named president and chief investment officer of AGF Investments, according to spokeswoman Amanda Marchment.
Mr. McCreadie replaces Martin Hubbes, who left the company in December to pursue other opportunities. Mr. McCreadie will lead AGF's investment management teams and lead the firm's global institutional business. He will report to Blake Goldring, chairman and CEO of AGF Management, parent company of AGF Investments.
Mr. McCreadie was president and CIO of PNC Capital Advisors. Mark McGlone, managing director and chief risk officer, will assume Mr. McCreadie’s responsibilities, according to PNC spokeswoman Marcey Zwiebel.