PineBridge Investments appoints Karpik COO
January 12, 2018

PineBridge Investments, a private, global asset manager, reports out of New York the appointment of Michael Karpik as Chief Operating Officer. It says Karpik will be directly responsible for the firm's global operations, finance, compliance, risk management, product management, funds, and technology functions. He will be based in PineBridge's New York City headquarters and will report to Chief Executive Officer Gregory Ehret.

PineBridge says that Karpik brings 30 years of industry experience, most recently as EMEA CEO for State Street Global Advisors (SSGA), where he had overall responsibility for their investment management business in the region. Additionally, he has served in Chairman and CEO roles across their UK, France, and Ireland entities and has significant investment, fund product, and governance experience.

He also held roles in Europe as Head of Investments; Chief Operating Officer; Head of UK, Ireland, and Middle East; Global Head of Cash Investments; and EMEA Head of Cash Investments. Prior to SSGA, he was at Sallie Mae in Washington, DC, as Senior Funding Manager.





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PineBridge Investments, a private, global asset manager, reports out of New York the appointment of Michael Karpik as Chief Operating Officer. It says Karpik will be directly responsible for the firm's global operations, finance, compliance, risk management, product management, funds, and technology functions. He will be based in PineBridge's New York City headquarters and will report to Chief Executive Officer Gregory Ehret.

PineBridge says that Karpik brings 30 years of industry experience, most recently as EMEA CEO for State Street Global Advisors (SSGA), where he had overall responsibility for their investment management business in the region. Additionally, he has served in Chairman and CEO roles across their UK, France, and Ireland entities and has significant investment, fund product, and governance experience.

He also held roles in Europe as Head of Investments; Chief Operating Officer; Head of UK, Ireland, and Middle East; Global Head of Cash Investments; and EMEA Head of Cash Investments. Prior to SSGA, he was at Sallie Mae in Washington, DC, as Senior Funding Manager.



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