Trevor Persaud has left Russell Investments after three years with the firm in Singapore. The news came at AsianInvestor's Southeast Asia Institutional Investment Forum yesterday.
The US firm’s CEO for Asean, Hong Kong, Taiwan and India is leaving for pastures as yet unknown to AsianInvestor.
Former Prudential AM executive Trevor Persaud takes on a newly created role, heading the development of consulting services for Asian institutions.
Like other consultants, Russell Investments is increasingly looking to provide services to the region’s wealth-management market, such as its OpenWorld funds platform.
Russell Investments splits Asia-Pacific into three zones, with Mahendran Nathan in charge of Asean, India, Hong Kong and Taiwan.