David C. Hoeft, senior vice president and associate chief investment officer at fixed-income manager Dodge & Cox, will take on the role of chief investment officer on Jan. 1, 2022.
He will replace Charles F. Pohl, who will retire as both chairman and CIO on June 30, 2022, according to a Jan. 15 notice on the firm's website.
Mr. Pohl will spend the next 18 months assisting in the transition before retiring to pursue personal interests, according to the notice. Dana M. Emery, Dodge & Cox's president and CEO, will become chairwoman, succeeding Mr. Pohl. She will retain the president and CEO roles.
Separately, Bryan Cameron, senior vice president and director of research, will retire Dec. 31. Succeeding him effective April 1 will be Steven C. Voorhis, vice president and associate director of research.
Information on successors for Messrs. Hoeft and Voorhis' current roles was not provided.
Officials at the firm could not be immediately reached for further information.
As of Dec. 31, 2019, Dodge & Cox had $326.6 billion in assets under management, according to Pensions & Investments data.