Osei Van Horne and Christopher Dawe were named managing partners at J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
Both are new positions within the money manager's J.P. Morgan Private Capital group, a spokesman said in an email.
They report to Brian Carlin, CEO of J.P. Morgan Private Capital. Mr. Dawe, New York-based global head of growth equity, will lead the group's technology and consumer growth equity business, and Mr. Van Horne, San Francisco-based global head of sustainable growth equity investing, is responsible for investments across sectors with a specific focus on climate action and inclusive economic growth.
Mr. Dawe was previously co-head of the venture capital and growth equity business at Goldman Sachs Investment Partners, according to a J.P. Morgan news release. Goldman Sachs spokeswoman Leslie Shribman could not immediately provide further information.
Mr. Van Horne was previously managing director and co-founder of the technology growth equity practice within Wells Fargo Strategic Capital. Wells Fargo spokeswoman Hayley Anklam said the company is currently conducting a search for his replacement.
As of March 31, J.P. Morgan Asset Management had $2.5 trillion in assets under management and $168 billion in alternative assets under management.