NICSA, the National Investment Company Service Association based in McLean, VA, a not-for-profit trade association founded in 1962 representing the global investment management industry, has appointed Jim Fitzpatrick as its new president.
Fitzpatrick will lead the organization through the next phase of its growth, help manage its mission of aligning the industry through sharing of ideas that foster efficiency, provide education and knowledge programs, and develop and disseminate content that supports those goals.
Fitzpatrick brings over 30 years' experience to the position, and is a former NICSA board member who most recently was president of Executive Business Coaching, Inc. where he specialized in corporate strategy and executive development.
Prior to that, he was a managing director at Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) until his retirement in 2011. In 1997, he was recruited to extend GSAM's global transfer agency and shareholder services capabilities, and later assumed leadership responsibilities within third-party distribution for global liquidity sales and strategic alliances.
Fitzpatrick began his career with The Boston Company in fund operations and was later promoted to vice president and general manager at First Data Investor Services Group.
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