- Fullerton hires Pranay Gupta, previously at Lombard Odier
- Temasek unit to expand client offerings amid volatility
Fullerton Fund Management Co., owned by Singapore’s Temasek Holdings Pte, has hired Pranay Gupta as head of multi-asset strategies, a new role that it has created as it seeks to offer more investment offerings combining different asset classes.
“As investors search for enhanced returns amid increasing volatility, multi-asset investing has become a specialized investment skill,” Fullerton Chief Executive Officer Manraj Sekhon said in an e-mailed statement. “The ability to tailor multi-asset solutions according to their risk return parameters is essential for our clients.”
Before joining Fullerton, Gupta was chief investment officer for Asia at Swiss private bank Lombard Odier and at ING Investment Management, according to the statement. He has held senior positions at Societe Generale SA in Hong Kong and JPMorgan Chase & Co. in Singapore and New York.
Established in 2003, Fullerton Fund Management is 100 percent owned by Singapore’s investment firm Temasek and had assets under management of S$13 billion ($9.5 billion) as of the end of December.