LOM hires two new asset managers
Financial services firm LOM has hired two new asset managers.
Nan Wang and Juan Pablo Fukushi have both joined LOM as junior portfolio managers.
Scott Lines, chairman and CEO of LOM, said: “At LOM we strive to hire the brightest and most dedicated staff that can be found to not only meet but exceed the expectation of our clients.
“We are happy to welcome both Nan and Juan Pablo to our team.”
Ms Wang, an expert in fixed income and structured products, came from TD Bank in Toronto, where she was a senior treasury analyst. She has more than five years’ experience in financial services.
She said: “I am thrilled to join such a knowledgeable team and look forward to an exciting year at LOM.”
Mr Fukushi, who will focus on quantitative process, has more than ten years industry experience and most recently was a global macro futures trader at Ocram Capital in Toronto.
Both Ms Wang and Mr Fukushi have Chartered Financial Analyst status and Mr Fukushi is a member of his investment policy committee as well as the Bermuda CFA Society.
Bryan Dooley, senior portfolio manager at LOM Management, said: “This is an exciting time for LOM as we continue to enhance the internal resources needed to support our ongoing growth of assets while maintaining best-in-class performance across our comprehensive suite of mutual funds, discretionary portfolios and alternative investment solutions.”
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