BNP Paribas AM appoints Geoff Dailey as Deputy Head of US Equities

Rick Steves

“Geoff has more than 20 years’ experience in the industry and as a key, senior member of the team with a strong investment pedigree and leadership profile, he is the natural successor for Pam.”

BNP Paribas Asset Management has appointed Geoff Dailey as Deputy Head of US Equities, succeeding Pamela Woo, who will retire at the end of June 2023 after nearly 20 years at BNPP AM.

Geoff Dailey has worked alongside Pamela Woo as a Senior Portfolio Manager and integral member of the team since 2014 and is currently the lead portfolio manager on the US Mid Cap strategy and co-portfolio manager on the US Small Cap strategy. He also manages the team’s investments in the financials and real estate sectors.

The new Deputy Head of US Equities has more than 20 years’ experience in the financial services and asset management industry, having spent his investment career as an analyst and portfolio manager covering multiple sectors and market cap segments.

Prior to joining BNPP AM Geoff was an Associate Portfolio Manager at Amundi and earlier in his career he worked in the equity research department of Eaton Vance, with a specific focus on financials and energy.

Guy Davies, Chief Investment Officer, Fundamental Active Equities at BNPP AM, said: “Geoff has more than 20 years’ experience in the industry and as a key, senior member of the team with a strong investment pedigree and leadership profile, he is the natural successor for Pam.

“This succession and transition has been well anticipated and there will be no change to the team’s established investment process and philosophy. We thank Pam for her dedication to our clients, to our firm and to the team. She has enjoyed a successful career spanning 30 years, of which 20 have been with BNP Paribas Asset Management. She leaves with our sincere thanks and best wishes.”

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