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Congratulations to Shanna O’Reilly, Co-Head, Private Investments, who was recognized by WSJ Pro on its Private Equity Women to Watch list. A wonderful achievement!
WSJ Pro Private Equity selected 7 women playing an active role in the limited-partner and fundraising communities as part of their 2021 Women to Watch list. Inclusion in this publication is not indicative of Wellington Management’s performance and this does not represent a recommendation to buy or invest in any securities.
In a recent roundtable with The Business Times, three experts — including Wellington’s Yash Patodia — shared their views on the likely impact Asia tech would have on digital transformation and discussed their strongest investible ideas.
Source: The Business Times
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In this photo essay from the Wall Street Journal, 15 CEOs — including Wellington’s incoming CEO Jean Hynes — share how and where they’ve been working during the pandemic, and offer some lessons learned during this unprecedented time.
Wellington has won Multi Asset/Sector Credit Manager of the Year at the Professional Pensions Investment Awards 2020. We were commended among other things for the breadth and depth of our credit platform and for navigating the challenges of COVID-19’s impact on capital markets.
For professional or institutional investors only. The award may not be representative of any one client’s experience. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Wellington Management did not pay a fee to be considered.
We are pleased to announce that Portfolio Managers Ann Gallo and Arancha Cano were recently recognized as two of The Hedge Fund Journal’s ”50 Leading Women in Hedge Funds.” For more on Ann and Arancha, view the full article here.
Wellington Management did not pay a fee to be considered. Editors of Hedge Fund Journal selected 50 women to feature in their publication based on the biographies of the individuals. Inclusion in this publication is not indicative of Wellington Management’s past or future performance.
The Boston Globepublished an article, in late October, featuring Jean Hynes, titled “Wellington appoints its first female CEO, still a rarity in the fund management world.” In the article, Jean shares her vision for the future of our firm — including a deliberate approach to diversity and inclusion and a focus on private equity, sustainable investing, and climate change initiatives.
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