Ray McGrath joins Cammack Retirement Group as an investment consultant; Svetlana Knorr and Mari Tsagareishvili have been hired as investment analysts.
The three will conduct fundamental investment analysis, selection, evaluation, and monitoring of mutual funds, separate accounts, variable annuities, and insurance company fixed-income products for Cammack Retirement’s clients.
McGrath has more than 25 years of experience in financial services and comes to Cammack Retirement after nine years at MetLife, where he most recently served as an institutional investments manager. His previous roles include market research manager at Prudential Fixed Income and performance attribution manager at Prudential. McGrath holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from St. Peter’s College and a master’s in business administration from Rutgers as well as his FINRA Series 7 license. He will work out of the New York office.
Knorr was previously a financial adviser at Connecticut River Bank/Infinex Investments. She received a Bachelor of Law from the Modern University for the Humanities in Moscow, and holds a bachelor’s degree in economics, cum laude, from Keene State College, as well as a master’s degree in finance from Southern New Hampshire University. Knorr holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. Knorr will be based at the firm’s Wellesley, Massachusetts, office.
Tsagareishvili comes to Cammack Retirement from Professional Impressions Consulting, a consulting advisory firm where she served as a project manager. Tsagareishvili holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Montana’s School of Business Administration, and she is a level III candidate in the CFA program. She will work in Cammack’s New York office.
Cammack Retirement provides investment advisory, consulting and actuarial services.
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