eVestment Alliance Names New Chief Marketing Officer

Jul 31 2012 | 1:19pm ET

eVestment Alliance, a global provider of institutional investment data intelligence and analytic solutions, has named Kathy Jaques as its new chief marketing officer.  Jaques will lead eVestment’s global marketing program covering media relations, branding, demand generation and product marketing. 
 
“With the largest and most comprehensive database of traditional and alternative asset funds for consultants, plan sponsors, chief investment officers and asset managers, we have the opportunity to play an increasingly strategic role for the institutional investment market worldwide,” said Jim Minnick, CEO and founder of eVestment.  “Kathy has an impressive track record of growing mid-size, high-growth technology companies into acknowledged leaders in the industry and has built teams from scratch that have become regarded as best-in-class marketing organizations. “

Jaques joins eVestment after serving as the chief marketing officer for Dell SecureWorks where she helped grow the company’s revenues, leading to a successful and strategic acquisition by Dell early in 2011.

eVestment was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia with offices in New York, London, Sydney, Hong Kong and regional sales offices in Boston, Seattle, Chicago, and Raleigh.


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