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 and governments.

Like Hahm, Kong has a background at multilateral organizations. Before joining the HKMA, she worked in the capital markets, fiscal affairs and European affairs units at the International...

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