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PineBridge appoints George Hornig as chief operating officer

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PineBridge Investments has hired George R. Hornig as senior managing director and chief operating officer. 

He will oversee the finance, operations, legal and compliance, technology, product development, and marketing and communications divisions. 

Based in New York, will also serve on the firm’s executive committee.

“I am delighted that we have found someone of George’s calibre for this important position at PineBridge,” says Win J. Neuger, chief executive officer. “His ability to identify and execute business strategy solutions, in addition to his proven track record in managing the functional areas of large global asset management firms, will be a major driving force in positioning the firm as we continue to pursue our strategic goals.”

Hornig adds: “I am very excited to join PineBridge Investments at this particular time. I was drawn to PineBridge by its excellent reputation in the investment management industry, especially in global growth markets. The firm has an enviable worldwide platform coupled with a unique understanding of the local markets in which it operates and invests. Furthermore, with the support of Pacific Century Group, PineBridge is well-positioned to provide excellent performance for its investors across multi-asset classes.”

Hornig joins PineBridge from Credit Suisse Asset Management where he was managing director and co-global chief operating officer. 

Previously, he was executive vice president and chief operating officer, Americas, at Deutsche Bank. He was also a co-founder and chief operating officer of Wasserstein Perella, following his tenure in the M&A group at The First Boston Corp. 

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