Invesco Selects ETF Head
Invesco has named Anna Paglia as head of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and indexed strategies, effective June 15.
Paglia will report to Andrew Schlossberg, senior managing director and head of the Americas. She will remain based in the Downers Grove, Illinois, location.
“Anna has been instrumental in building the global scale and breadth of our ETF business, and we are fortunate to have someone with her experience to take our business forward,” says Schlossberg. “I look forward to partnering with her and our global team to explore new opportunities for the continued growth and success of our ETFs and indexed strategies business. As always, we remain committed to providing clients the highest level of insight and support, and we look forward to continuing to provide innovative solutions for clients in our growing business.”
Paglia has served as head of legal for Invesco’s U.S. ETF/UIT business for nearly a decade. She has more than 20 years of experience in the ETF ecosystem.
PGIM Investments hires VP of Retirement Investment Solutions
PGIM Investments recently hired Jeff Petersen as vice president, Retirement Investment Solutions.
In this role, Petersen will cover the southeastern division of the United States, including Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. He is based in Atlanta and reports to Tony Fiore, senior vice president, DCIO [defined contribution investment only] national sales manager at PGIM Investments.
Prior to joining PGIM Investments, Petersen was most recently vice president and senior retirement plan strategist for the southeast with Franklin Templeton’s DCIO Division. Prior to Franklin Templeton, he was a regional retirement director at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, selling qualified plan and non-qualified deferred compensation products.
Petersen earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Washington & Jefferson College. He has also earned the following designations and licenses: certified financial planner (CFP), certified investment management analyst (CIMA), chartered retirement plan specialist (CRPS), chartered retirement planning counselor (CRPC), accredited investment fiduciary (AIF) and FINRA series 6, 7 and 63 licenses.
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