SWFI – Movers and Shakers – May 11, 2016

Mackenzie Investments Hires BMO GAM Heavyweight as CEO

Barry McInerney left his role as co-CEO of BMO Global Asset Management to become CEO of Canada-based Mackenzie Investments. McInerney replaces Jeffrey R. Carney, who was also co-president and CEO of IGM Financial. Mackenzie Investments is a subsidiary of IGM Financial. Carney has been appointed sole president and CEO of IGM Financial and Investors Group, IGM’s financial advisor subsidiary. McInerney was co-CEO of BMO Global Asset Management with Rajiv Silgardo.

Former Robeco CEO to Lead Edmond de Rothschild Group Asset Management

Roderick Munsters, the former CEO and board member of Robeco Group, was named global CEO of asset management at Edmond de Rothschild Group. He will join the firm’s group executive committee. Munsters replaced Laurent Tignard, who left the company to pursue other opportunities.

Ariane de Rothschild, chairwoman of the executive committee at Edmond de Rothschild Group, in a press release release. “He has successfully run and grown large-size asset managers, empowering professionals in varying countries and with diverse backgrounds, with a strong focus on clients and portfolio performance.”

Credit Suisse Global Asset Management Names CEO

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