PGIM has named Cameron Lochhead global head of the firm's institutional relationship group in a move aimed at deepening relationships with institutional clients.
Lochhead, who currently holds the post of managing director at PGIM, will continue to be a key partner to each of PGIM's autonomous asset management businesses, including PGIM Fixed Income, PGIM Real Estate, PGIM Real Estate Finance, Prudential Capital Group, QMA and Jennison Associates, while continuing to play a hands-on role with the company's top institutional clients and prospects throughout North America.
To be based in Newark, NJ and reporting to the firm's CEO David Hunt, Lochhead will be responsible for leading a global team with representatives in Chicago, London, Munich, Singapore and Sydney, with plans to expand into Shanghai later this year.
Prior to joining PGIM as managing director in 2016, he held senior roles at Russell Investments, managing relationships with some of its most important institutional clients, and was a partner at Guggenheim Partners in New York. He also brings extensive experience building and leading client teams in the Americas, EMEA, and Asia at ISI Emerging Markets and Thomson Financial, where he opened the London office in 1987.
"Under Cameron's leadership, we will build on PGIM's reputation as a leading global asset manager with a long-term track-record of strong investment performance," said PGIM's CEO David Hunt.