The world’s third-largest pension fund intends to hire over 50 new investment team members, with a particular focused on domestic and overseas alternative investment.
The Korean public pension fund has split its global public market division and will hire 38 personnel across divisions as it looks to drastically increase overseas investments by 2025.
The UK house, which has suffered outflows amid souring EM sentiment, has unveiled a new hire in Seoul in a drive to expand activities under its representative licence.
Ken Tam has joined Canadian fund house RBC Global Asset Management as its new Hong Kong-based head of Asia. The previous holder of the position has moved to Europe and will be leaving the company.
The UK fund house has appointed a new sales and servicing manager in Singapore as it moves to increase third-party business from the region.
The firm has appointed Lawrence Lua from Julius Baer for a position it has been seeking to fill permanently since the exit of Kwong Kin Mun at the end of 2009.