PineBridge Picks Up Ex-JPMorgan Man Bauman

Oct 5 2011 | 10:27am ET

PineBridge Investments has added a former JPMorgan Asset Management executive to head its institutional sales and client services effort in the Americas.

John Bauman was named head of those areas, where he'll focus on institutional business development. He most recently served as head of the U.S. regional client group at JPMorgan Asset Management and formerly worked at IBM in marketing and management roles.

Bauman "is one of the most respected institutional sales professionals in the U.S. and Canada and his experience and deep market knowledge will make him an invaluable addition to the firm," new boss Sandra Norman, global head of institutional sales and client services, said. "His appointment is an important step forward in the implementation of our global growth strategy, and demonstrates our commitment to deepening our relationships with current institutional investors and to broadening the firm's client base."


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