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Barbara M Reinhard named Head of Asset Allocation for Voya Investment Management


Voya Investment Management, the asset management business of Voya Financial, Inc, has appointed Barbara M Reinhard as head of asset allocation for the firm's Multi-Asset Strategies and Solutions (MASS) team. 

Reinhard (pictyred), who is based in New York, reports to Paul Zemsky, chief investment officer, MASS.

Reinhard will be responsible for the day-to-day management and the decision-making process for asset allocation across a range of diversified portfolios for the MASS platform. The MASS team, which oversees USD27 billion in assets under management as of 31 December, 2015, consists of approximately 25 investment professionals who design customised and packaged multi-asset solutions, including target-date funds.

"We looked for a person with a combination of great leadership skills, a passion for clients, creativity and, of course, solid experience in asset management and portfolio construction," says Zemsky. "These attributes, along with her track record in generating alpha and leading the growth of assets under management in her prior roles, make Barbara a powerful addition to the MASS team. At the same time, she helps further our client commitment to being a reliable partner committed to reliable investing."

Prior to joining Voya, Reinhard was a managing director and chief investment officer in Credit Suisse's private banking division, where she was responsible for asset allocation and advice for high-net-worth clients, institutions, endowments and foundations. Prior to joining Credit Suisse, she served as head of investment communications for OppenheimerFunds, and as deputy chief investment strategist for Morgan Stanley's Global Wealth Management unit.

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