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Kayne Anderson Rudnick appoints senior wealth adviser


Matthew R Hanson, former managing director of institutional sales at John Hancock Investments, has taken on a new role as senior wealth adviser in the recently opened Boston office of Kayne Anderson Rudnick (KAR).

Hanson will report to Stephen A Rigali, executive managing director.
“Matthew’s impressive track record of working with the institutional market and his extensive knowledge of investment management makes him an ideal choice for KAR, which has built its wealth management reputation on the strength of its investment expertise, arming investors with much more than the standard tax and planning advice,” says Rigali.
Hanson’s appointment marks KAR’s expansion to the East Coast, broadening its reach to Boston, Chicago, Connecticut and New York.
Hanson joins KAR with over a decade of experience in business development and relationship management at John Hancock. He served in his previous role since 2011, focusing on the marketing and sales of mutual funds and separately managed accounts. During that time he significantly grew John Hancock’s mutual fund and ETF institutional advisory business on the west coast, developing sustainable, long-term business relationships for the firm.
“I have spent much of my career building and nurturing relationships with institutions and wealth management intermediaries in my sales role at John Hancock, observing how people connect to various investment strategies,” Hanson says. “I’m now positioned to draw on that experience to work with investors here at KAR, where advisers have a long history of dynamic investment management expertise, including tax and financial planning.”

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