Investment house Zurich Scudder Investments has appointed Paul Wild and Dejan Srejic as vice presidents in its Zurich office.
The two newly created positions are part of Zurich Scudder Investments’ plans to expand its European portfolio management department in Switzerland.
As a senior quantitative analyst Wild is responsible for performance analysis, risk management and methodological consulting. From 1990 to 2001 he worked at UBS in Zurich.
Srejic joins as a senior portfolio manager, handling equity investments for institutional clients and dealing with their share mandates. Previously he worked for Helvetia Patria Insurance, and was responsible for portfolio management on the Swiss, Dutch and English equity markets.
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