PineBridge Hires Asia Ex-Japan Bond Chief

Mar 7 2011 | 9:30am ET

Investment advisor PineBridge Investments has named JPMorgan Chase's Arthur Lau head of Asia ex-Japan fixed-income.

Lau will work out of Hong Kong at PineBridge, leading a team with members in that city as well as in Korea, Singapire and Taiwan. He was named a managing director at the firm.

"PineBridge has built a successful global fixed income platform with a talented team of investment professionals located around the world, developing investment solutions for our clients," Hans Danielsson, head of listed equity and fixed-income at the firm. "Arthur’s leadership and expertise in Hong Kong will enhance our fixed income capabilities throughout Asia and we welcome him to the firm."

Lau was head of Asia credits and a senior portfolio manager at JPMorgan Asset Management. Before joining that firm, he worked in credit research at Barclays Capital and at Fitch.


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