Mitchell will be responsible for developing new, national relationships in the organized labor community. Based in Chicago, he will work in collaboration with Keith Giemzik, vice president and relationship manager at BMO Taft-Hartley Services.
Before coming to BMO Global Asset Management, Mitchell was a senior vice president specializing in Taft-Hartley investment sales and services at an investment and asset management firm in Chicago. He has experience in custodial relations for the same firm, and was also executive director for the Inter-Local Pension Fund in Carol Stream, Illinois.
BMO Global Asset Management is a global investment manager with more than $132 billion in assets under management, and more than $162 billion in assets under administration as of October 31.
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