What You Must Know
- Andy Reed, vp of behavioral economics at Constancy Investments, was named Vanguard’s head of investor habits analysis.
- After almost eight years at JPMorgan Chase, Fiona Greig will grow to be Vanguard’s international head of investor analysis and coverage.
- William & Mary enterprise professor Julie Agnew will be part of Vanguard in October as head of retirement analysis.
The Vanguard Group has employed three consultants in investor habits, family finance and retirement, together with two JPMorgan and Constancy veterans. They’re becoming a member of the agency’s in-house suppose tank — Funding Technique Group — to “assist affect stronger outcomes for buyers.”
The mutual fund big introduced the strikes Thursday on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Andy Reed, who has served as vp of behavioral economics at Constancy Investments, was named head of investor habits analysis at Vanguard. (He was cited in a Constancy article earlier this 12 months as being within the behavioral economics VP function.)
Reed will now lead the strategic analysis agenda for the worldwide investor habits analysis staff at Vanguard’s Funding Technique Group, or ISG.
“Andy is a number one authority within the subject of behavioral finance, having delivered shows to buyers, monetary advisors, Fortune 500 corporations, and educational conferences,” the Vanguard assertion stated.
Fiona Greig, who spent almost eight years at JPMorgan Chase — most not too long ago as JPMorgan Chase Institute’s co-president, in accordance with her LinkedIn profile — might be Vanguard’s international head of investor analysis and coverage, an ISG management function.
Greig “is a number one professional in family finance and using monetary knowledge to drive insights for each policymakers and enterprise leaders,” Vanguard stated in a press release despatched to ThinkAdvisor.