Creighton Goes Deutsche


Jim Creighton, Barclays Global Investors' (BGI) former managing director and global chief investment officer for indexing, is now head of global index management at Deutsche Asset Management. Creighton, who's based in New York, reports to Rich Marin and Josh Weinrich, co-heads of Deutsche Asset Management in the Americas. Paul Stevens, who was recently named BGI's CIO, will take on Creighton's post. Stevens was formerly head of systems at JP Morgan Asset Management Services. Creighton also played a secondary role as coordinator for global indexing policy, a responsibility that will be assumed by BGI vice chairman and head of index fund management Lawrence Tint.

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