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FL Putnam appoints Chief Administrative Officer


FL Putnam Investment Management Company has appointed Christopher Parker to the newly created role of Chief Administrative Officer.

Parker will join Ellen Flaherty (Chief Operating Officer) and Albert Parent (Chief Technology Officer) as part of the executive management team at FL Putnam and report directly to the firm’s Chief Executive Officer, Tom Manning.
Parker has served in senior administrative and operational roles within the financial services industry for over twenty years. He will assume responsibility for the integration of the firm’s new CRM platform, seek to further deepen relationships with key vendors and partners, and work across all departments at FL Putnam to enhance the efficiency and productivity of the team.
“I had the pleasure of working with Chris for nearly a decade and experienced first-hand the impact his expertise has on an organisation,” says Manning. “Chris has deep knowledge and a strong track record working at firms with different models and adds significant bandwidth to an already strong executive team. He will be a real asset to our team as we continue to expand into new markets and grow our business in the years ahead. We are excited to have him.”
Parker joins FL Putnam from Boston Private Wealth where he served as Chief Administrative Officer and Executive Managing Director of Operations. At Boston Private, he was responsible for integrating the investment operations infrastructure for the firm following the acquisition of a large independent registered investment advisor. He previously served as Chief Administrative Officer at Banyan Partners and as Managing Director of Investment Operations at Silver Bridge Advisors, a Boston-based boutique investment advisory firm.
“I am excited to join FL Putnam and their exceptional team in this new role,” says Parker. “FL Putnam is in a mode of accelerating growth. I look forward to leveraging my experience to support the firm’s clients through the adoption of new technology and by maximising the potential of the existing infrastructure.”

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