Senior GSAM execs leave Asia

GSAM hires someone to cover institutions but must find a replacement for departing business head Phil Gardner.

Philip Gardner, head of Goldman Sachs Asset Management's business for Asia ex-Japan, is relocating from Singapore to Australia, while Hahm Hong-joo, who ran the institutional sales team out of Hong Kong, is returning to his previous employer, the World Bank.

The firm has managed to find a replacement for Hahm Janet Kong, senior research manager in the economics department of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority. She will join in April and handle relations with central banks...

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