US - California-based Dimensional Fund Advisers, which manages assets for CalPERS and Utah State Retirement systems, has announced that ex-Janus CFO David Martin will join the company in the same position.
Martin stepped down from Janus at the beginning of March along with the group’s general counsel John Bluher.
Co-founder, chairman and CEO David Booth said Martin’s 20 years of financial experience would be a valuable asset.
“His background across multiple channels, including international markets will be especially beneficial as our firm continues to grow.”
Dimensional Fund Advisers manages $130bn for over 1,500 clients in 25 countries.
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