JPMAM Names Portfolio Manager
JPMorgan Asset Management has appointed Bob Dewing as portfolio manager for infrastructure debt.
JPMorgan Asset Management (JPMAM) has appointed Bob Dewing as portfolio manager for infrastructure debt, Pensions & Investments reports. His team will manage a new strategy comprising investments in infrastructure debt held by banks, targeting seasoned loans in particular and eying institutional investors in Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development member countries.
Dewing will be reporting to Gary Madich, global CIO, fixed income and Mark Weisdorf, CEO of OECD infrastructure investments in JPMAM’s global real assets group. Dewing is a former JPMAM consultant and has also worked at Citigroup as managing director of infrastructure and energy finance. He is also an adjunct professor at Columbia Business School.
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