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Head of Buy Side Client Segments
Jeremy Baskin bio description
Jeremy Baskin is Head of Buy Side Client Segments, including asset managers, asset owners, hedge funds and wealth managers around the globe. He also sits on MSCI’s Executive Committee.
From 2017 to 2022, Jeremy led MSCI Americas Client Coverage team, the firm’s largest region, where he focused on client segmentation, commercial innovations and integrated solutions. Before joining MSCI, Jeremy was Global CEO and Global CIO of Rosenberg Equities (previously known as AXA Rosenberg). He served on the Management Board and Executive Committee of AXA Investment Managers and was Chair of AXA Investment Managers NA. Jeremy also served on the boards of AXA Investment Managers Asia and AXA Investment Managers UK.
Prior to joining AXA Investment Managers, Jeremy was Senior Vice President and Head of Active Equity Management for Northern Trust. During his 21-year tenure there, he was responsible for the global passive investment business, as well as for building the research and investment infrastructure for risk taking, value-added quantitative equity strategies. Jeremy left Northern Trust for a brief period to help develop the Equity Derivatives Group at First Union Securities, re-joining in 2000 as Director of Structured Equity.
Jeremy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wesleyan University and an MBA in Finance and Marketing from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. He is a CFA® charterholder and a member of the CFA Society of Chicago, the Chicago Quantitative Alliance and the CFA Institute.
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