UK - SEI Investments has made Joseph Ujobai head of its global business segment as part of a major reshuffling of its executives.
Ujobai was managing director of SEI Investments (Europe) and had spearheaded the company’s European expansion. He will remain based in the London office.
He replaces Carl Guarino who has been appointed head of SEI’s investment advisors segment.
Gaurino in turn replaces Carmen Romeo who will now move to a new role focusing on strategic business development and planning. He will continue as a member of the company’s board of directors.
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