BSAM Hires Taft-Hartley Expert

Sep 30 2006 | 9:23am ET

Bear Stearns Asset Management has hired Michael Graydon as a managing director to head Taft-Hartley business development and retention for the institutional sales team.

Prior to joining BSAM, Graydon spent 15 years at McMorgan & Company, a San Francisco-based manager of Taft-Hartley plan assets, where he was the executive vice president of client services.

Prior to that, Graydon spent 15 years as a consultant and senior vice president with the Segal Company.


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