INTECH expands client services team with client portfolio manager
INTECH Investment Management has expanded its client services team naming Richard Yasenchak to the newly created position of client portfolio manager.
In this role, Yasenchak, who joined the firm on 13 January, will work closely with INTECH's client- and consultant-relations teams serving as an investment expert for client and consultant meetings, sales presentations and other campaigns, both in the US and globally.
He will work from the firm's global headquarters in West Palm Beach, Florida, reporting to John F Brown, executive vice president, head of global client development.
"As client demands for more access to INTECH expertise and research increase, we decided to create a position that would augment our relationship with clients and consultants. We strongly believe that Richard brings the relevant background and expertise to our firm to achieve that goal," says Brown. "We are confident that his experience, most recently at Russell Investments, provides a strong foundation for him to provide our clients and their consultants with in-depth insights into INTECH's strategies, such as performance attribution, performance trends and other salient issues."
Yasenchak says: "As a global institutional money manager, I was attracted to INTECH's unique volatility-capture investment process and its commitment to delivering outcomes that matter to its clients in meeting their long-term funding obligations. INTECH's commitment to offering customised investment solutions to its clients, with the goal of generating consistent long-term alpha, within a risk-managed framework and through all market environments, is one of the primary qualities that attracted me to the firm."
Prior to joining INTECH, Yasenchak spent more than eight years at Russell Investments. Most recently he held the position of US equity portfolio manager, overseeing approximately USD5bn in US quantitative and fundamental equity multi-strategy mutual funds, corporate pension, profit sharing, endowment and foundation plans.
Before joining Russell in 2005, Yasenchak was the director of curriculum and certificate programmes at Investment Management Consultants Association.
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