Duhamel leaves SSgA for GSAM

Executive leaves firm he made the biggest institutional money manager in Asia ex-Japan.

Vincent Duhamel has left State Street Global Advisors, where he had served as CEO for Asia ex-Japan in Hong Kong. He is reportedly on gardening leave before joining Goldman Sachs Asset Management, which has suffered from several high-level resignations and transfers out of the region.

Duhamel will be replaced by Bernard Reilly, currently managing director responsible for SSgA's Australian operation, who joined the firm in 1992. Reilly will report to Tokyo-based Mark Lazberger, head of SSgA's international business, and focus on business in Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and South Korea.

GSAM is currently run by Stephen Fitzgerald, managing director in Hong Kong, who has been covering the...

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