Ridgeway Partners Adds Investment Specialist In Boston

June 23, 2015 – Executive search firm Ridgeway Partners LLC has added Kevin McKeon to its Boston office. Mr. McKeon has over 15 years of professional search experience dedicated to the investment management industry. He joins Ridgeway Partners from CTPartners, where he was a senior member of the firm’s asset management, wealth and alternative investments practices. Mr. McKeon has worked with clients to recruit senior leadership professionals for chief investment officer, heads of asset classes, portfolio management, and research positions. He has also led searches for sales, strategic marketing, product development and management, and relationship management professionals across retail, intermediary and institutional distribution channels.

Mr. McKeon previously spent nine years within the asset management practices of Heidrick & Struggles and Sheffield Haworth. He also spent six years at Pyramis Global Advisors serving as the chief of staff for the investment division and overseeing recruiting for the division for this institutional business of Fidelity Investments.

“Kevin has broad experience with asset and wealth management recruiting and brings an established network of executives in the money management industry,” said Andy Hunter, managing partner in the Boston office. “Kevin’s high energy and expertise will be a great complement to the work of asset management colleagues Michael Castine and Elizabeth Havens in New York and Philip Marsden in London.” Mr. Castine added: “The partners at Ridgeway are delighted that we were able to attract Kevin, a professional of such high caliber, to our ranks. Kevin is a great addition to our financial services team. He will be highly successful at Ridgeway.”

Ridgeway Partners is a global advisory firm specializing in executive search, board appointments and succession planning for a select group of multi-sector, domestic and international companies.

Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media

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