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Nov 17 2011 | 12:02pm ET
Invesco has tapped Gregory McGreevey as head of the global investment manager’s fixed income business.
Based in Atlanta, McGreevey will oversee the day-to-day operations of Invesco Fixed Income, reporting to Karen Dunn Kelley, senior managing director
McGreevey was most recently president of Hartford Investment Management Company, and executive vice president and chief investment officer of The Hartford Financial Services Group. Prior to joining Hartford, McGreevey served as vice chairman and executive vice president of ING Investment Management—Americas Region, including business head and CIO for ING's North American proprietary investments and CEO of ING institutional markets.
Before joining ING, McGreevey was president and CIO of Laughlin Asset Management and president and COO of both Laughlin Educational Services and Laughlin Analytics in Portland, Oregon.
"I'm pleased that Greg McGreevey, a respected industry veteran with 25 years' investment and leadership experience, is joining Invesco," said Kelley. "With his broad knowledge of the industry and strong investment background, Greg is uniquely qualified to continue taking Invesco's fixed income business forward."
Invesco Fixed Income employs 150 people worldwide and manages more than $200 billion (as of September 30, 2011). IFI offers a range of global and domestic asset classes, from cash to alternative fixed income, through a variety of investment vehicle options including separate accounts, mutual funds, collective trust funds and exchange-traded funds.
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