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The M&G unit has also added a trio of staff to its greenfield investing arm, with a new fund thought to be launching soon.
Frankfurt
Swiss Life Asset Managers’ Frank Heiss will be based in Frankfurt and will be responsible for deal origination in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Nordics.
Singapore Skyline
Prudential’s Asian asset manager will create an investment solutions team, focused on providing multi-strategy products to investors, as well as an investment fund strategies team.
London UK
Lawrence Slade will assume his new role in January, succeeding Andy Rose who has led the global infrastructure trade body since April 2016.
The Australian fund manager will shortly begin a global search to replace Brett Himbury, who said it has been a ‘privilege’ to lead IFM for more than nine years.
New York
Dylan Foo, who led the manager’s infrastructure equity team in the Americas, and Steve Rooks, who headed portfolio management in North America, follow two senior European departures.
Former Hungarian prime minister Gordon Bajnai takes the reins while James Wardlaw is appointed vice-chairman for infrastructure.
Seoul downtown cityscape with fortress and Namsan Seoul Tower on sunset Seoul, South Korea.
Based in Seoul, Keith Kim has joined the team led by another Macquarie veteran David Luboff.
Big Ben London
Louisa Yeoman and Kate Campbell - who had been at AMP Capital since 2012 and 2014, respectively - are understood to be forming their own placement agent.
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