Northern Trust Asset Management names CIO

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Northern Trust Asset Management has named Angelo Manioudakis as Chief Investment Officer (CIO). He will assume the position on 27 September.

Manioudakis brings extensive experience to the position, having served in senior roles at other global financial firms during his 32-year career in financial services, including most recently as managing partner with Lantern Harbor Investment Partners, a Boston-based global alternative investment firm that he co-founded. Prior to Lantern Harbor, he served as Chief Investment Officer of Fidelity’s Global Asset Allocation division. While at Fidelity, Manioudakis oversaw improvement in investment performance across approximately USD500 billion in assets, and achieved significant growth in the firm’s OCIO business.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Bentley College in Boston and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He is a trustee of the American College of Greece, for which he also oversees its endowment as chair of its investment committee.

Manioudakis will be reporting to Northern Trust Asset Management President Shundrawn Thomas, who says: “Angelo has a proven track record of leadership in the investment management industry spanning three decades. His experience is ideally aligned with our investment philosophy centred on compensating investors for the risk they take in all market environments.”

Among Manioudakis’ responsibilities will be investment performance, process, and philosophy for all Northern Trust Asset Management products. He will chair the firm’s Investment Policy Committee, which sets investment policy for all Northern Trust groups in all asset classes.

Thomas adds: “Angelo is uniquely qualified to empower our investment professionals to advance our aims of delivering distinguished thought leadership and innovative investment solutions to our clients.”

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