Daily People Moves – June 7

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Kerry Ching joined Amundi Asset Management as Chief Executive Officer in Hong Kong. Ching most recently served as managing director at AMP Capital Asia, where she was responsible for business development.

Mesirow Financial promoted Natalie Brown to President. She replaced Dominick Mondi who retired in February. Prior to this, Brown was the firm’s chief financial officer and chief administrative officer.

Karen Hiatt was appointed a Portfolio Manager at Nuveen Asset Management. Hiatt was previously Allianz Global Investors’ head of global tech.

AllianceBernstein named Kirsty Beasley as Director-Consultant Relations in the UK Institutional Client Group. Most recently served in the consultant relations team of Federated Hermes.

Private Banking / Wealth Management

Jeff Mouton was named Chief Executive of Mirabaud & Cie (Europe). Prior to Mirabaud, Mouton held senior management positions at international firms such as Julius Baer and Pictet.

Credit Suisse appointed Tammy Tan as Team Leader for Thailand and Vietnam market. Tan joined the firm in 2014 and was most recently an investment consulting team head for Thailand and Vietnam.

IBD / Capital Markets

David Liao and Surendra Rosha took on the role of Co-Chief Executives at HSBC Asia Pacific. Liao, who is the former head of global banking Asia-Pacific, and Rosha, formerly CEO of HSBC India, will share pan-regional leadership responsibilities that include jointly leading regional businesses and functions.

Insurance

Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) named Robert Green as North American Regional Head of Professional Indemnity and Rick Hornby as Regional Product Lead for Financial Institutions. Green previously worked as an account underwriter for specialty lines at Allianz Insurance. Meanwhile, Hornby held senior roles at AmWINS Brokerage and NFP Property & Casualty Services.

PartnerRe named Pascale Gallego as Head of Capabilities Development for Life & Health. Before that, Gallego held the post of deputy CEO of Europe, Middle East, Latin America.

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