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Brian C Ford joins TCW as SVP Institutional Marketing

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The TCW Group, a global asset management firm, announced today that

Brian C Ford has joined asset management firm the TCW Group as a Senior Vice President for the institutional marketing team. In this role, he manages relationships with institutional clients in the mid-Atlantic region.
 
 Ford is based in TCW’s New York City office and reports to Joe Carieri, Group Managing Director and Head of Institutional Marketing.
 
“The increasing complexity of financial markets means that today’s institutional investors face more challenges, and also more opportunities, than ever before,” says Carieri. “Brian brings a depth of experience in a number of asset classes, as well as a strong understanding of the evolving needs of investors. We are very happy to welcome him to our team.”
 
Prior to joining TCW, Ford served as a Vice President of institutional account management at PIMCO where he was responsible for client relationship management, fundraising and new business development. Prior to PIMCO, he was a portfolio management associate at Pacific Alternative Asset Management Company (PAAMCO) where he helped oversee the firm’s international portfolio of hedge funds. Previously, he served as an Assistant Vice President of Asian trading for HSBC Investment Bank and as an analyst for both M Safra & Co and UBS Investment Bank.
 
Ford holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Yale University.
 

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