Delaware Investments added three new senior positions, spokeswoman Daniela Palmieri said.
Neil Siegel was named chief marketing and product officer, while Christopher Hanlon joined as senior vice president of insurance strategy and asset liability management and Eric Kleppe was appointed senior vice president of institutional client services.
Mr. Siegel will oversee the firm’s marketing, strategy management and development and platform sales, including the defined contribution investment-only division. He will report to Shawn Lytle, president.
Mr. Hanlon will help the firm enhance its partnership with existing insurance clients and improve its capabilities to existing and potential clients. He will report to Roger Early, head of fixed income.
Mr. Kleppe will be responsible for relationship management and client servicing for institutional accounts. He will report to John Finnegan, senior vice president and head of institutional client services.
Mr. Siegel was a partner and managing director, chief marketing officer at Neuberger Berman. Celine Dufetel, head of client service, has broadened her responsibilities to include head of global marketing, spokesman Alexander Samuelson said.
Mr. Hanlon was chief risk officer and enterprise head of credit risk management and control at Hartford Investment Management Co., while Mr. Kleppe was head of relationship management and operations at Diamond Hill Capital Management.
It could not be learned whether Messrs. Hanlon and Kleppe were replaced; HIMCO spokesman Matthew Sturdevant did not know by press time whether Mr. Hanlon had been replaced, and Diamond Hill spokeswoman Susan Stuart could not be reached.
Delaware Investments had $165 billion in assets under management as of Sept. 30.