Pacific Investment Management Co. (PIMCO) named Sabrina Callin as acting head of PIMCO Advisory effective immediately.
The new appointee was previously PIMCO's lead adviser in its role with the Federal Reserve's Commercial Paper Funding Facility (CPFF) and will take over immediately, according to a Reuters report.
Callin, who is a managing director at PIMCO, joined the company in 1998. She has been a member of PIMCO Advisory's senior management team since it started.
PIMCO Advisory has been a collateral manager for the Fed's Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility or TALF and has been the adviser for the Fed's CPFF as well as the adviser for the National Credit Union Administration.
Last year Pimco also started advising the National Association of Insurance Commissioners to reassess the level of mortgage risks that insurance firms have to improve the system for rating bonds.
Richard Weil, PIMCO Advisory's former head, was has gone to Janus Capital Group to become its new chief executive officer starting Feb. 1.
Aside from chief executive, Weil also becomes a member of the Janus Capital board on Feb. 1.
He succeeds Janus Capital's director Tim Armour who was interim CEO since July 2009. Armour took over the executive role after CEO Gary Black resigned in July in what the company called a "mutual decision."
Weil, 46, was at PIMCO for 13 years. He spent nine years as the company's chief operating officer. Before joining PIMCO in 1996, he was at Bankers Trust Global Asset Management and Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, which is a New York law firm.