JAPAN - Noboru Terada joins MSCI Barra as a senior advisor from the Japanese Government Pension Investment Fund.
MSCI Barra has hired Terada as a senior advisor, based in Tokyo. He will report to MSCI Barra head of Japan and Australia Philippe Ballet.
Before joining MSCI Barra, Terada was an executive investment officer and a member of the board of trustees at the Government Pension Investment Fund in Japan.
MSCI Barra CEO and president Henry Fernandez said: “The pension environment in Japan has changed significantly over the past ten years and many of these changes are due to the efforts of Terada, who has consistently campaigned for improved pension governance.”
Terada began his career at the Nomura Research Institute before taking on senior roles within the Japan Pension Fund Association.
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