Meketa Investment Group Taps Gordon For Consulting Role

May 8 2017 | 8:38pm ET

Global consulting firm Meketa Investment Group has named former Ryan Labs Asset Management executive Gordon Latter as executive vice president and consultant.  

Latter will be based in Meketa’s Chicago office, the company said. He brings more than 20 years of experience within the financial services industry, serving in both asset management and consulting roles.

Prior to joining Meketa, Latter served as executive vice president of Ryan Labs Asset Management, a New York-based fixed income manager, and was beforehand a managing director at RBC Global Asset Management. He was previously senior director and head of pension & endowment strategy at Merrill Lynch and was a consultant at Leong & Associates. 

“Gord’s many years of industry experience are a terrific value-add for Meketa and will help us even more efficiently and effectively meet the needs of our clients,” said Frank Benham, managing principal and director of research for Meketa Investment Group. “We are very pleased to have Gord on our team and look forward to benefitting from his valuable insights.

Founded in 1978 by James Meketa, Meketa Investment Group is an employee-owned, full service investment consulting and advisory firm.  As an independent fiduciary, the firm serves institutional investors in discretionary and non-discretionary roles. The company consults on more than $450 billion in assets for over 150 clients whose aggregate institutional assets exceed $900 billion. 


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