Craig Hurt will join T. Rowe Price as head of institutional for Australia and New Zealand starting Oct. 5.
September was a busy month as money managers scooped up several alternative investing firms.
Jamie Damon was named senior director at money manager First Sentier Investors.
Kudu Investment Management is acquiring a stake in Douglass Winthrop Advisors, which runs mostly high-net-worth assets.
David Hagee was promoted to CIO of Commerce Trust Co. to replace long-tenured predecessor Landers Carnal.
BNP Paribas Asset Management agreed to acquire a majority stake in private credit firm Dynamic Credit Group.
Victory Capital Management will acquire New Energy Capital Partners, the company's first purchase of an alternative investment manager.
Mike Coop was named CIO for EMEA at Morningstar, succeeding Dan Kemp, who was recently tapped to be the group's global CIO.
Dave Wiederecht, executive vice president and global head of global fiduciary solutions at State Street Global Advisors, retired Sept. 1.
Monetary authorities in China, Hong Kong and Macau give investors cross-border access to wealth management products.
Vanguard Group taps Daniel Shrimski, the CFO of its international business, to become the next head of its operations in Australia.
Kudu Investment Management is taking a minority stake in Third Eye Capital.
Strong market appreciation contributed significantly to public asset managers in North America and Europe seeing continued record growth.
LGIM taps Jackson Loi, Vanguard's head of distribution for Asia, as the firm's first head of institutional sales for Asia ex-Japan.
BlackRock's Shanghai subsidiary became the first foreign fund manager to offer a mutual fund to local Chinese investors.
The pending departure of two top executives is just the latest in a series of issues that TCW Group has seen.
The multiaffiliate segment of the investment industry is under pressure with the future likely to bring smaller firms with fewer affiliates.
John Flint was appointed CEO of the new U.K. Infrastructure Bank.
Six members of GoldPoint Partners' seven-person executive team including CEO Tom Haubenstricker resigned.
Ellen G. Cooper, a top executive at Lincoln Financial Group, will succeed Dennis R. Glass as president and CEO in May.
Magnetar Capital hired Stuart Davies to fill the new position of head business development for its systematic investment unit.
Calamos Investments acquired Pearl Impact Capital as part of its plan to expand ESG capabilities.
Tad Rivelle, CIO of fixed income at TCW Group, will retire at the end of the year after nearly 35 years in the industry.
Amy M. Cameron was named chief investment officer of CUNA Mutual Group, replacing David G. Brown, who will retire in January.
Goldman Sachs tightened its COVID-19 rules to require that everyone entering its offices be vaccinated and wear masks in its buildings.