Nelson and Wang both join FMA as research analysts. Nelson will have analytical responsibility for the financial services sector, and Wang will be responsible for analyzing the basic materials and utility sectors.
FMA manages institutional small cap value and small-mid cap value separate account portfolios for a client base that includes public funds, Taft-Hartley funds, corporate retirement plans and not-for-profit clients. The firm is also the sole sub-adviser for the John Hancock Small Company Fund.
Nelson has 14 years of industry experience, including eight years as a financial services research analyst. Prior to joining FMA, he was an equity research analyst and portfolio manager at Gofen and Glossberg and an equity research analyst at William Blair.
Wang also has 14 years of industry experience, including four years as an investment analyst with responsibility for the materials, energy and industrial sectors at Ohio Public Employees Retirement System. Prior to that, she was a financial analyst at Citigroup and an associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
More information about FMA is at www.fmausa.com.
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