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NexAmerica People Moves: Goldman loses, replaces insurance lead; JPMorgan hires portfolio manager

By NexChange
Asset Management

Hartford steals Goldman insurance lead. Hartford Investment Management Company, subsidiary of the Hartford insurance company, has hired John Melvin as head of portfolio management, effective September 14. Melvin most recently worked at Goldman Sachs Asset Management as CIO for the global insurance asset management business. He also worked as head of insurance fixed income in the Americas for Deutsche Insurance Asset Management.

Goldman hires for insurance team. GSAM has hired Matthew Armas as global head of insurance fixed income for the firm in New York, replacing Melvin. Amas has worked as a senior portfolio manager for GSAM in London for more than 10 years. Insurance Asset Risk

JPMorgan appoints emerging markets portfolio manager. Diana Amoa has joined JPMorgan Asset Management as a senior portfolio manager on the local currency emerging markets debt team based in London. Amoa most recently worked at UBS AG. Celina Merrill has also joined the firm as senior credit analyst in the corporate debt emerging markets team. The New York-based Merrill previously worked for Van Eck Global. Reuters

Deutsche names new institutional head for MENA. Albert Trinkl has been named head of institutional asset management in MENA for Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management. He will be based in Dubai. Trinkl most recently worked for Lingohr & Parther Asset Management as head of institutional clients in the Middle East, Africa & Australia. CPI Financial 

Woodford booms with six new hires. Woodford Investment Management has hired Lucinda Crabtree, Richard Lockington, and Harry Raikes as investment analysts. Mohammad Sohail, James Coats, and Dominic Eccles have also joined the firm on the operations team. Woodford was established in 2014 by Neil Woodford, formerly of Invesco Perpetual. Yahoo Finance
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