“His extensive experience in the Taft-Hartley channel, demonstrated commitment to clients and dedicated community service make him an ideal addition to our client service and marketing team,” said Mark Gensheimer, President of C.S. McKee.
PITTSBURGH (PRWEB) July 08, 2020
C.S. McKee today announced industry veteran Mark Hutter had joined the firm’s client service and marketing team as a Senior Vice President with responsibility for providing consultation services and institutional investment capabilities to the Taft-Hartley and government markets. The announcement was made by President Mark Gensheimer, who said Mark will report to him.
“We are delighted to have Mark—an established financial services professional with more than 27 years of investment management and financial services industry experience—join C.S. McKee,” Gensheimer said. “His extensive experience in the Taft-Hartley channel, demonstrated commitment to clients and dedicated community service make him an ideal addition to our client service and marketing team,” Gensheimer added.
Prior to joining C.S. McKee, Mark spent the past 10 years as a principal partner at Pittsburgh-based Fiducia Group, LLC, where he provided retirement plan advisory and consulting services with a focus on the Taft-Hartley market segment. His prior experience also includes positions with The Standard (Invesmart), PriceWaterhouseCoopers, and The AYCO Co. (Goldman Sachs).
Mark has an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh’s Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business and a BA from Grove City College. He is an Accredited Investment Fiduciary through the Center for Fiduciary Studies and is a Qualified Plan Financial Consultant through the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries.
Mark is currently the President of the Montour School Board in the west hills of Pittsburgh that serves 3,000 students in five communities. He has been a coach/director in local youth sports for more than 20 years and is a director for the John’s Way Foundation, supporting children and families in the Pittsburgh area.
About C.S. McKee
C.S. McKee, a full-service institutional money manager based in Pittsburgh, PA, primarily specializes in a range of taxable fixed-income strategies that focus on providing institutional investors with consistent risk-adjusted performance. McKee also offers a variety of other investment portfolios including domestic and international equity and multi-strategy portfolios that are all designed to meet a client’s investment objectives and targeted levels of risk.
C.S. McKee has more than $7 billion under management as of June 30, 2020. The firm was founded in 1931 and became a Registered Investment Advisor in 1972. C.S. McKee’s business was acquired by North Square Investments in 2020. McKee’s clients include pension funds, profit-sharing plans, reserve funds, operating funds and other financial assets for states, counties, municipalities, unions, financial service companies, corporations, endowments and foundations, hospitals, universities, religious organizations and other institutions.
About North Square Investments
Founded in 2018 and headquartered in Chicago, IL, North Square Investments is an independent, multi-boutique investment firm dedicated to delivering differentiated active investment strategies to the market. With an experienced senior management team, a board composed of industry veterans including John Amboian, Neil Cummins and Brian Gaffney, and backed by Estancia Capital Partners, North Square is a leader in aggregating best-in-class active managers and delivering select, in-demand investment strategies to financial intermediary partners for the benefit of their clients.
C.S. McKee L.P., its successor CSM LLC d/b/a C.S. McKee and North Square Investments, LLC are investment advisers registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Registration does not imply a certain level of skill or training. More information about the companies’ investment advisory services can be found in their respective Form ADV, which are available upon request. Past performance is not indicative of future results. The investment strategy or strategies discussed may not be suitable for all investors. Investors must make their own decisions based on their specific investment objectives and financial circumstances.