Pimco, the bond manager that started expanding into stocks four years ago, hired Virginie Maisonneuve from Schroders to lead the push after Neel Kashkari left in January.

Maisonneuve, who was head of global and international stocks at Europe’s biggest publicly traded fund company, will start in January in Pimco’s London office, according to a statement today from Newport Beach, California-based Pimco. Maisonneuve, 49, managed stock funds in Schroders’s London office for nine years, overseeing strategies such as Schroder International Alpha Fund.

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