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Brian Binder, Guggenheim

Guggenheim Investments appoints Chief Administrative Officer

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Guggenheim Investments, the global asset management and investment advisory division of Guggenheim Partners, has appointed Brian E Binder has been appointed as a Senior Managing Director and Chief Administrative Officer. He is based in Guggenheim’s Chicago office.

Binder (pictured), has over 24 years of experience in the asset management industry. He joins Guggenheim Investments from Deutsche Asset Management, where he was a Managing Director, President of the Deutsche Funds and Head of US Product, Trading and Fund Administration. Previously, Binder was Head of Business Management and Consulting at Invesco, where he served as Chairman of the US Executive Management Committee. Prior to that, he held several senior roles at Morgan Stanley, including Chief Administrative Officer of Van Kampen Investments, and Chief Administrative Officer of Americas Distribution for Morgan Stanley Investment Management. Binder received his BS from Eastern Illinois University.
 
“We are very pleased to welcome Brian to Guggenheim,” says Jerry W Miller, President of Guggenheim Investments. “Brian has deep experience and a long, successful track record of leading product development and management, building scalable fund infrastructure, and managing key relationships with independent boards and regulators. His appointment adds additional depth and strength to our leadership team as we continue to grow Guggenheim Investments by delivering investment and service excellence to our clients.
 
“Guggenheim Investments reached new heights in 2017 and the addition of Brian Binder to our team reflects our continued investment in growing our Firm to a position of global leadership as a specialty active manager.”

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