Invesco Appoints New Client Portfolio Manager

Nov 5 2008 | 10:42am ET

Invesco has named Gary Stentz as client portfolio manager for Invesco Quantitative Strategies. Stentz reports to Donna Wilson, head of U.S. client portfolio management team and will be based in New York.

Stentz joins from RCM Capital Management, where he had been head of consultant relations since 2004. Previously, he was director, institutional asset allocation at Banc of America Capital Management.

“Despite the challenging investment environment, many of IQS’ strategies are performing as expected, adding value for our clients,” said Russ Kamp, CEO of IQS. “I’m pleased to have someone with Gary’s qualifications to be at the point in the marketplace for our quantitative strategies. Gary’s breadth of experience makes him ideally suited to join our team.”

Invesco Quantitative Strategies employ long-only, directional long/short (130/30) and market-neutral strategies, as well as tactical asset allocation. 


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