is no longer president and chief executive of Curian Capital
His departure is confirmed in one of a number of SEC filings
Curian spokespeople did not respond to requests for comment at press-time.
Bell had served in his roles at Curian for nine years.
Curian, which is a subsidiary of Jackson National Life
, operates the $2.5 billion Curian Series Trust
line of mutual funds. The rest of the firm's $17.3 billion of assets under management/under advisement are offered primarily via SMAs.
His departure is only the latest in a series of senior executive exits, including:
left his position as vice president of alternatives investment and manager research in June 2014, after more than two years on the job, to join the Carlyle Groyp
where is now principal for quantitative market strategies.
, left his position as senior vice president and chief investment officer in December 2013, after nearly nine years at the firm. Walt Czaicki
was named his successor in May 2014.
, who has a PHD in mathematics from Imperial College, London, who took the job of head of mutual and alternative fund portfolio investment strategy in February 2013, left his position in November 2013.
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