US - Lex Huberts has been hired as chief investment officer of Standish Mellon Asset Management, based in Boston.
He will report to Bill Adam, CEO-designate of Standish Mellon.
Prior to joining Mellon, Huberts worked at AMRO Bank, the Dutch Ministry of Finance, Zacks Investment Research and Concord Capital Management.
He was most recently managing director of asset allocation strategies at Mellon Capital Management in San Francisco.
Vikas Oswal and Helen Potter have been named as Huberts’ successors as managing directors and co-heads of asset allocation strategies at Mellon Capital.
Oswal and Potter report to Thomas Hazuka, Mellon Capital’s chief investment officer. Oswal joined Mellon Capital’s research department in 1994 where he focused on tactical asset allocation strategy research.
Potter currently has day-to-day management responsibilities for 15 investment professionals and asset allocation strategies totaling US$38bn. She joined the asset allocation group in 1996 after holding research and portfolio management positions at QuantiLogic Asset Management.
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