MFS Investment Management promotes CIO to CEO role

Ted Maloney to assume role in 2025

Valeria Martinez
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MFS Investment Management has appointed current chief investment officer Ted Maloney to chief executive officer.

He will take over from Michael Roberge, who is set to assume the role of executive chair after nearly seven years leading the company. Effective from 1 January 2025, Maloney will be responsible for the strategic direction and vision of MFS, leading a team of investment, distribution, finance, human resources, legal and technology functions. Hamilton Lane reveals CEO succession plans He has served as chief investment officer since 2019, alongside his role of global director of research. He joined MFS in 2005 as an equity research analyst and took on a number of roles over the years,...

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