A senior due diligence analyst at UBS Wealth Management Americas is to retire after almost 15 years with the firm.
Alfred Kleindienst, who focused on value as well as international and global equity funds, is to leave the firm, among others, according to a source familiar with the situation.
A spokeswoman for UBS said the company did not comment on individual departures.
Kleindienst reported into recently appointed head of investment manager research Joseph Aniano.
According to his LinkedIn profile Kleindienst was previously co-head of equity manager research for most of the firm’s platforms within its fee-based business.
Prior to joining UBS, he was an associate at Emerald International and began his career at Dow Chemical in 1977 as a political economist in Hong Kong.
Aniano, head of investment manager research, was appointed to the role in February when he was promoted from senior research product manager after joining the firm in 2007.