Eastspring Investments adds assistant director to institutional team
04 March 2013
News, Asia, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan
By Asia Asset Management
Eastspring Investments, the asset management arm of Prudential Corporation Asia, is continuing the expansion of its institutional business with the appointment of Jayne Chu as assistant director, Greater China, institutional business. Based in Hong Kong, she will report to Jeremy Hall, sales director, North Asia. The team is led by Dean Winterton, head of institutional business, who is based in Singapore.
In this new role, Ms. Chu will assist in the formulation, establishment and development of Eastspring’s institutional business in Greater China (mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan) with existing and prospective clients.
“The build out of our team is part of our plan to accelerate the establishment of our global institutional business,” said Mr. Winterton.
Previously, Ms. Chu worked at Deutsche Asset Management in Hong Kong where she was sales manager for institutional mandates across the Greater China region.
Last year, Eastspring Investments officially launched its US business, based in Chicago, which is designed to capture increasing interest among the world’s largest institutional market in the Asia growth story. The US business is also responsible for identifying opportunities in Latin America which includes a mature pension fund market.
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