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MANULIFE ASSET MANAGEMENT
The global asset management arm of Manulife Financial appointed James Chen as head of institutional business and relationship management, International. He was earlier head of its Asia institutional business.
The company also appointed James Wheeler as head of institutional sales, Europe & the Middle East.
THE NATIONAL INVESTOR
The Abu Dhabi-based investment firm has appointed Yasser Geissah as chief executive to replace Orhan Osmansoy, who resigned after nine years at the helm, the company said on Sunday.
Geissah joins TNI after working with commercial and investment banking firms in the United Arab Emirates, including Abu Dhabi Invest Co, National Bank of Abu Dhabi and CAPM Investment. The statement did not mention where Geissah was most recently working.
NATIXIS GLOBAL ASSET MANAGEMENT
The asset management company appointed Alex Wharton as a manager in its UK institutional business development team and Fred McNeill as a manager in the UK consultant relationships team.
Wharton joins from Capita Employee Benefits, while McNeill joins from Neptune Investment Management.
The company also appointed Laura Devoucoux as manager, consultant relationships. She joins from Natixis Asset Management.
JAMES HAMBRO & PARTNERS LLP
The independently owned private asset management partnership named Simon Brookes as a director.