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Winslow Capital to name Michael Palmer president


Nuveen Investments’ large cap growth affiliate Winslow Capital Management will name Michael S. Palmer as president and member of its five member operating committee.

Palmer will work closely with firm founder, chief executive and chief investment officer Clark J. Winslow to focus on the firm’s client service and marketing efforts.

“We are quite pleased to welcome Mike to the team, as his considerable experience in serving clients and working with consultants well suits the needs of our clients,” says Winslow. “Mike will join us shortly with the strong support of our long-standing principals and our parent, Nuveen Investments. His unique skills and deep background in the investment management industry will greatly assist us in maintaining our commitment to delivering a high level of client service.”

Recently, Palmer was primarily based in London, where he headed AllianceBernstein’s Blend Equity Product for the European market.

He returns to his native Minneapolis, where he began his career in 1982.

He joined Wilshire Associates in Los Angeles in 1990. In 1996, he opened a Minneapolis office for Wilshire Associates. In 2000, he joined AllianceBernstein and was a member of the US investment policy group.

“I’ve known members of the firm for years and have always respected their single-minded focus on delivering for clients,” says Palmer. “I am excited to be joining the Winslow team and look forward to contributing to the firm and its clients.”

Founded in 1992 as an institutional asset manager, Winslow Capital Management manages approximately USD10bn in large cap growth equities for institutional and retail clients. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Nuveen Investments.

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