Rahul Chadha has left Mirae Asset Global Investments (HK) after 17 years with the firm, most recently as chief investment officer, sources said.
His Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission-issued licenses for asset management and advising on securities expired on Sept. 30.
Joohee An is now listed as chief investment officer on the website, but Mirae Asset did not respond to multiple requests for comment. She joined the firm's headquarters in Korea in 2006 as an investment analyst and moved to Hong Kong in 2009, becoming a portfolio manager investing in Asian markets.
Chadha joined Mirae Asset as an analyst and rose through the ranks through the years to become chief investment officer at the Hong Kong arm of Mirae Asset.
He oversaw the entire investment unit, was a member of the investment committee and played a key role in developing internal investment policies, processes and key investment decisions for the firm, according to Mirae Asset's website.
Chadha changed his location on his personal LinkedIn profile to New York from Hong Kong and updated the date range of his time with Mirae Asset, stating that it ended in September.
Globally, the asset management firm ran $214 billion as of June 30. On July 18, the Seoul-headquartered company announced that its exchange-traded fund business surpassed $100 billion in AUM. The firm's ETF products are listed in a variety of stock markets, including Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Japan, the U.K. and the U.S.