PGIM inks Lochhead as global head of institutional relationships

By Emily Bader
Newark | Jun 12, 2019 at 10:00 am

Newark-based PGIM, the $1.2 trillion global investment management arm of Prudential Financial Inc., announced Tuesday that Cameron Lochhead has been named global head of its Institutional Relationship Group.

Lochhead will be responsible for strengthening client relationships and be a key partner to each of PGIM’s autonomous asset management businesses, including PGIM Fixed Income, PGIM Real Estate, PGIM Real Estate Finance, Prudential Capital Group, QMA and Jennison Associates.

Lochhead, who will be based in Newark, will report directly to PGIM CEO David Hunt.

“Alongside Cameron’s extensive global experience, he brings a collaborative style, deep industry expertise and a commitment to assisting others to foster and catalyze relationships,” Hunt said. “Under Cameron’s leadership, we will build on PGIM’s reputation as a leading global asset manager with a long-term track-record of strong investment performance.”

Prior to joining PGIM as a managing director in 2016, Lochhead held senior level roles at Russell Investments and was a partner at Guggenheim Partners.

“PGIM’s Institutional Relationship Group is known for responding to the needs of asset owners. By sharing PGIM’s investment expertise, research and insights we support our clients to make the best possible decisions,” Lochhead said. “I look forward to guiding our ongoing efforts to deliver PGIM’s unique capabilities to our valued clients throughout the world.”

Emily Bader | ebader@roi-nj.com | emilybader