The first quarter of 2023 saw some interesting executive moves among asset owners. The AsianInvestor team broke a few exclusive stories of senior executive changes at insurance companies and pension funds.
Here is a roundup of the top moves of the past three months, from latest to oldest.
The former president of Chubb Life Hong Kong joined Resonance Asia, an executive search consultancy focusing on hiring senior executives for financial services companies.
The former chief sustainability officer of the Monetary Authority of Singapore Darian launched her own business focused on offering sustainability advisory services in the city-state.
Prudential Hong Kong's head of investments joined AXA Hong Kong.
A former group chief investment officer at Hong Kong tycoon Richard Li-owned Pacific Century group joined Brookfield Asset Management, an alternatives investment manager.
Korea's National Pension Service hired its new chief investment officer from Government Employees Pension Service. The new CIO has a two-year term, which can be extended annually.
Other noteworthy moves:
Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System promoted a senior managing director in its capital markets division to APAC chief. He began his new role on April 1.
The head of Vanguard Super decided to step down at the end of February, just three months after the fund was launched. An acting head was appointed.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA)’s deputy chief executive officer of the Exchange Fund Investment Office retired in March after almost 30 years with the institution.
BOC Group Life Assurance Company hired a new chief investment officer to succeed Alvin Ying, who left the firm in December after 10 years.
The new CIO joined from Hang Seng Insurance.