Hans Georgeson will join Royal London Asset Management as CEO on April 1, a spokesman confirmed.
Mr. Georgeson will replace Andrew Carter, who will retire at the end of June.
RLAM manages £148 billion ($204.6 billion) in assets across equities, fixed-income, real estate and cash strategies.
Mr. Georgeson's "appointment builds on the 20-year period of exceptional growth that RLAM has experienced under Andrew Carter's stewardship, which has seen the company develop a compelling investment proposition to meet the requirements of institutional, wholesale and retail investors," said Barry O'Dwyer, group CEO at parent company Royal London, in a news release.
Mr. Georgeson was CEO of money management firm Architas. Matthieu Andre was named CEO in March 2020, according to the firm's website.