International investment giant Barings names new CHRO

'I am pleased to officially name these highly qualified leaders to two very important positions'

International investment giant Barings names new CHRO

International investment management firm Barings has named Caroline Mandeville as its new chief human resources officer.

Mandeville has a long history in the financial services, working for brands such as Hartford Financial Services, MassMutual Financial Group, and Retail Brand Alliance.

Alongside the new CHRO, Chasity Boyce was also appointed as Baring’s new chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer.

“I am pleased to officially name these highly qualified leaders to two very important positions at Barings," added Mike Freno, Barings chairman and CEO.

"Caroline, as our new CHRO, is entrusted with driving our high performance, collaborative culture and ensuring full engagement of our teammates. Her deep and relevant experience in our industry made her the ideal choice for the role."

"We created the chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer role to further our progress towards being a firm that recruits, recognizes and retains a diverse global team, and also behaves as an exemplary corporate citizen on all matters of racial equality and justice.

“Chasity will bring a level of passion and professionalism to the role that I am confident will help Barings increase our positioning as an enlightened employer."

According to reports, Barings is a $354+ billion investment manager – boasting 2,000 employees in over 15 different countries.

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