Sara Rejal and Karen Dolenec have been promoted to two newly created positions by Willis Towers Watson.
Both previously senior investment consultants, Rejal (pictured above) is now head of liquid alternatives while Dolenec is head of real assets. They start in their positions immediately.
Willis Towers Watson created the positions as it continues to develop its management research teams.
Dolenec will continue to be responsible for real estate, infrastructure and natural resources, while Rejal will oversee hedge funds, alternative beta, reinsurance and multi-asset strategies.
Willis Towers Watson global head of manager research Luba Nikulina said: "The new leadership structure of our diversifying strategies function will enable us to better align research and portfolio construction, with an even more positive influence on improving client outcomes."
They both joined the consultancy in 2014.
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