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As Eu Exits, an AllianzGI Leader Heads For the U.S.
A multinational asset manager's U.S. team is gaining a new chief, also from the investment side, as the old chief says goodbye. Meanwhile, fixed income leadership is restructuring at the firm.
Meanwhile, the AllianzGI team will restructure their fixed income business, implementing a grouping of "five pillars of expertise": core fixed income, credit, asian and emerging markets, insurance and LDI, and advanced fixed income. Each area will have its own specialized management. And Franck Dixmier will also change roles, from from global head of fixed income to CIO, fixed income. This will see him taking over the responsibilities that Conway had as CIO of global fixed income, a role she spent four years in. Dixmier will have a more involved role in the oversight of investment processes.
Eu will move back to Asia, either Hong Kong and Singapore. Born and raised in Hong Kong, Eu tells MFWire that he sees a great deal of opportunity in the region. He said that his responsibilities will be divvied up amongst multiple people, and should help to give other people within the company an opportunity to succeed.
Conway spent 18 years building Rogge Gobal Partners before it was acquired by AllianzGI in 2016. Earlier, she worked with JPMAM and Rothschild Asset Management. She is an alumna of Southbank University in the UK.
Eu is a graduate of Vassar College and London Business School, and previously worked for 19 years at J.P. Morgan Asset Management before 14 years at AllianzGI. He has led the U.S. business as CEO since 2016.
Dixmier is a graduate of Universite Paris Dauphine, and has previously worked at AGF, Allianz France, and GROUPE MACSF.
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