Pimco plans to open a third U.S. office in either Colorado or Texas as the firm seeks to continue asset growth and broaden its client base. Denver, Austin and Dallas are on the shortlist for the office, which will initially have about 200 employees, according to a memo seen by Bloomberg News. The majority of those employees will be new hires in areas such as technology and U.S. global wealth management. Pimco, a unit of Allianz, has more than 2,200 employees at 12 global offices.
Pimco to Open Third U.S. Office, Considering Texas or ColoradoOffice will have about 200 employees, most of them new hiresPacific Investment Management Co. plans to open a third U.S. office and is considering Denver, Austin and Dallas. The office will have about 200 employees initially over the next 18 months, according to a document seen by Bloomberg News. The majority of those will be new hires in areas such as technology and U.S. global wealth management.
The office will have about 200 employees initially over the next 18 months, according to a document seen by Bloomberg News. The majority of those will be new hires in areas such as technology and U.S. global wealth management.
Lots of great color from @lizrhoffman incl. that Lloyd Blankfein's anointed successor David Solomon talked with TPG in 2015 about joining as its co-CEO & declined a leadership role at Las Vegas Sands: http://on.wsj.com/2pdYOwo
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