SWFI – Movers and Shakers – November 16, 2016

Mary Jo White to Exit as SEC Chair

Mary Jo White, the 31st Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced plans to step down. White as appointed by U.S. President Barack Obama to serve as the chair of the SEC. White is a former U.S. federal prosecutor. She will exit at the conclusion of Obama’s administration in January.

Adena Friedman Promoted to CEO of Nasdaq

Nasdaq Inc. promoted Adena Friedman as its next chief executive officer, replacing Bob Greifeld. Greifeld is becoming Chairman of Nasdaq, after nearly 14 years at the stock exchange operator’s helm. Borje Ekholm, the current Chairman of Nasdaq, is stepping down at the end of 2016, but will remain as a board member. Friedman joined Nasdaq in 1993, but left in 2011 to become the Chief Financial Officer of The Carlyle Group. In 2014, Friedman rejoined Nasdaq.

Pamela Peedin to Exit Dartmouth by June 2017

Pamela Peedin, Chief Investment Officer of Dartmouth College, plans to exit the endowment by June 2017. Dartmouth College his hired the executive search firm of David Barrett Partners to find a replacement.

Former Russell Investments Sales Executive Joins Metlife Investment Management

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