PineBridge Investments hires Anthony Fasso as Asia Pacific chief

Asia_globeGlobal asset manager PineBridge Investments has hired Anthony Fasso as its new chief executive for the Asia Pacific region. He replaces Rajeev Mittal, who joined Fidelity International as managing director for Asia Pacific ex-Japan last month. Fasso will be based in Hong Kong and his duties will involve managing the firm’s growth in the region as well as distribution strategy across both institutional and intermediary channels, PineBridge said Investments in a statement. He will report to the firm’s global chief executive, Greg Ehret. Most recently, Fasso was at AMP Capital Investors where he served as the chief executive for its international business and as head of its global clients’ division. Ehret identified the Asia Pacific region “as a driver of growth and an indicator of global economic stability”. PineBridge Investments said it managed $89.6 billion across global asset classes as of December 31, 2018. ©2019 funds globla asia

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