JPMorgan executive dead from cancer

Carnation

Sad to report.

Anne Hoagland, an executive director at JPMorgan’s asset managementunit who specialized in researching large real-estate deals for institutional investors, has died. She was 62.

Bloomberg News reports that she died on December 14 at the Manhattan home of her brother, Leigh Hoagland, he said in a telephone interview. The cause was cancer.

Hoagland joined JPMorgan Asset Management’s Global Real Assets Group in New York in 1998, working with clients such as unions and pension funds. Hoagland focused on “research services in conjunction with real estate acquisition and asset management activities,”Darin Oduyoye, a spokesman for the unit, said today in an e-mail.

“Anne worked on many of the biggest transactions that we do,” Dave Esrig, a managing director and Hoagland’s boss at JPMorgan, said today in a telephone interview. “She had this great love for properties. She had a strong fiduciary sensibility. If a deal didn’t make sense to her, then she would say so.”

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Anne Hoagland, JPMorgan Asset Management Executive, Dies at 62

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