Jackson Fund Services, a Lansing, Mich., unit of London's Prudential PLC, hired four executives to its senior management team.
The unit hired Mark R. Anderson as vice president of investment management and variable product operations, Karen Buiter as the assistant vice president in charge of the financial reporting group, J. Kevin Kenely as the vice president in charge of the fund accounting, pricing, and corporate actions departments, and Mike Piszczek as an assistant vice president of tax.
Mr. Anderson, 43, will run subadviser oversight, separate account, and transfer agent operations. He was an executive at Integrity Mutual Funds Inc. Before that he had been a personal trust officer for Wells Fargo Bank.
Mr. Buiter, 43, was the treasurer for Henderson Global Investors Inc. Mr. Kenely, 54, worked for Evergreen Investment Services Inc., a unit of Wachovia Corp. He joined Evergreen when Wachovia bought his previous employer, Keystone Group.
Mr. Piszczek, 50, will manage the preparation and communication of all tax-related provisions. He was an assistant vice president and tax manager for Nuveen Investments Inc.
Jackson Fund Services, which announced the hirings Monday, services 135 funds, which had more than $55 billion of assets under administration as of March 31.