Northern Trust Asset Management's new president, Daniel Gamba, changed the roles of three senior employees as he settled into his new job and rearranges the unit.
John McCareins was named head of international and is responsible for the EMEA and Asia-Pacific regions, a newly created role. He will be based in London, said a Northern Trust spokesman.
Previously, Mr. McCareins was head of asset management for Asia-Pacific.
He replaces Marie Dzanis, who oversaw EMEA. She is leaving the firm, said the spokesman.
Michael Hunstad was named to the new role of deputy chief investment officer and CIO of global equities.
Previously, he was chief investment officer, global equities.
Sheri Hawkins, who was head of product management, was promoted to head of investment platform services. The position is newly created, a news release said. She will head the new investment platform unit, which "will advance our investment processes and platform to deliver excellence across our broad, complex investment capabilities at scale."
Mr. Gamba said in the release: "With our dedicated and talented team, we will build on our strong foundation and focus on growing client segments and capabilities where NTAM has a demonstrated ability to deliver meaningful value to our clients."
Mr. Gamba joined Northern Trust Asset Management on April 3 after serving as managing partner, co-head of fundamental equities at BlackRock, replacing Shundrawn A. Thomas, who left the firm in 2022 to launch private equity firm Copia Group.
As of March 31, Northern Trust Asset Management managed $1.3 trillion.