Legal and General Investment Management Names Meder CEO of U.S. Affiliate

Nov 10 2016 | 11:27pm ET

Legal & General Investment Management has promoted Aaron Meder to lead the company’s operations in the U.S. 

Meder’s new title will be CEO of Legal & General Investment Management America (LGIMA) and he will transition into the role over the next few months, the company said in a statement. Based in Chicago, Meder report to Mark Zinkula, CEO of LGIM.

Meder first joined LGIMA in 2010 and he has played a pivotal role in the successful expansion of the company’s U.S. business. He moved to LGIM’s London office in 2013 and became head of investment in 2015, responsible for LGIM’s investment, trading and product teams.

He will be succeeded by Anton Eser, who is currently co-head of LGIM’s £126 billion global fixed income business, and he will in turn be succeed by head of European credit Colin Reedie. 

“Aaron’s strategic vision will help drive the next phase of growth in the U.S. business, as it expands into new markets and further develops its capabilities,” said Zinkula in the statement. 

LGIMA manages over $137 billion in assets, specializing in fixed income, liability driven investment (LDI), and index strategies for the U.S. market. As a whole, London-based Legal and General managed a total of £853 billion as of June 30, 2016 for global clients, including pensions, sovereign wealth funds, institutions and retail investors.

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