BlackRock has appointed a successor to the role of head of Australasia to help the firm’s clients address new market realities.
Andrew Landman, current head of Asia-Pacific Client Business at BlackRock, will return to Sydney to take over the role from Dominiki Rohe who is moving to the position of head of Latin America.
Mr Landman has worked at BlackRock for the past six years, first in alternatives distribution in Sydney before his role in Hong Kong but has had key leadership roles in the past including chief executive as Ascalon Capital Managers.
Mr Landman said he looked forward to his Australia return and partnering with his new team to advise investors on their strategies.
“I am delighted to be returning to Australia, capitalizing on my regional experience and partnering with colleagues to advise investors and institutions on holistic investment strategies, as they address new market realities.”
BlackRock’s chair and head of Asia-Pacific said that Mr Rohe had done a terrific job in the region and that Mr Landman would continue to build on this.
“Andrew’s in-depth local and regional experience, as well as his global connectivity with clients and partners, will help position BlackRock to continue growing its business, while helping clients navigate an increasingly more complex world.
“I look forward to working with Andrew to bring about even greater client engagement and serve them with a differentiated investment experience.”
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