QMA Taps Broder For Top Distribution Role

Oct 9 2017 | 6:34pm ET

Quantitative Management Associates (QMA) has named former Och-Ziff Capital Management executive Adam Broder as the firm’s head of global distribution, a new role combining oversight of all client-facing activity at the firm. 

In his new capacity, Broder will lead a team charged with extending the company’s global capabilities in client and business development, QMA said in a statement. He begins on October 16 and will report to CEO Andrew Dyson.

Broder brings 20 years of asset management experience to the position. He was most recently a managing director at Och Ziff Capital Management, where he was responsible for expanding the company’s sales and marketing efforts. Beforehand, he spent 15 years at Goldman Sachs, where he held several positions in Hong Kong and Mumbai, culminating in the role of COO of Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Goldman Sachs Asset Management in London.

Founded in 1975, QMA is the quantitative equities and asset allocation business of Prudential’s trillion-dollar PGIM global investment management affiliate. The company manages approximately $130 billion in assets.

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