Daily People Moves – June 9


Manulife Investment Management promoted Endre Pedersen to CIO for global emerging market fixed income. Before that, Pedersen was deputy CIO for global fixed income.

Alan Mudie has left Société Générale to join Woodman Asset Management as CIO. Mudie previously held the post of chief investment officer and global head of investment strategy at Société Générale.

J.P. Morgan Asset Management named Osei Van Horne and Christopher Dawe as Managing Partners for J.P. Morgan Private Capital group. Dawe was previously co-head of the venture capital and growth equity business at Goldman Sachs Investment Partners. Meanwhile, Van Horne was previously managing director and co-founder of the technology growth equity practice at Wells Fargo Strategic Capital.

Alexander ‘Sasha’ Davidovich joined Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) as one of the global heads for quantitative research and development. Prior to ADIA, Davidovich worked for a number of investment banks.

State Street named Pauline Wong as Head of Hong Kong and Ilona Chen as Head of Taiwan. Wong joined the firm in 2011 and most recently served as Asia Pacific lead for the client program office. Chen joined State Street in 1993 and was instrumental in establishing the firm’s asset servicing business in Taipei in 1995. Prior to her new role, she was Greater China head of institutional services.

CBRE Global Investors appointed Dominic Garcia as Chief Pensions Investment Strategist. Garcia is the former CIO of the New Mexico Public Employees Retirement Association.

June Chua joined Lombard Odier Investment Managers (LOIM) as a Portfolio Manager. Chua previously worked as portfolio manager at Harvest Global Investments.

Private Banking / Wealth Management

François Pauly was named Chief Executive Officer at Edmond de Rothschild group. He replaces Vincent Taupin who is retiring from the firm. Before that, Pauly held senior leadership roles at major private banking firms such as Banque Internationale à Luxembourg, Sal. Oppenheim jr. & Cie. S.C.A. and Dexia.