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March 21, 2018 - Kansas City, Mo.
American Century Investments® today announced three new hires for its exchange traded funds (ETF) initiative. Margaret Dorn has been named ETF external specialist and Matthew Abatecola and Ross Kamovitch as ETF internal specialists.
Dorn, Abatecola and Kamovitch bring proven ETF expertise to the firm. Abatecola and Kamovitch worked at WisdomTree Asset Management for several years. Recently, Abatecola and Kamovitch served as regional sales associates. Abatecola was responsible for the Midwest region and Kamovitch's territory was the New York metro area. Before working at WisdomTree, Abatecola worked at Wills Financial Group as an investment counselor and Kamovitch worked at Morgan Stanley as a financial advisor.
Most recently, Dorn was a business development officer for Milliman Financial Risk Management where she was responsible for marketing subadvised products and programs to annuity wholesalers and financial advisors in the Western and Central U.S. Prior to that, she worked at Northern Trust Global Investments as an associate business development executive.
"We want to continue to bring seasoned professionals to the firm as we establish our ETF business," said Edward Rosenberg, senior vice president and head of ETFs for American Century Investments. "We are excited to have Maggie, Matthew and Ross join the team."
Dorn and Kamovitch graduated from Miami University. Dorn has a bachelor's degree in business administration and Kamovitch has a bachelor's degree in political science. Abatecola graduated from the University of Richmond with a bachelor's degree in business administration.
Over the last nine months, American Century Investments has hired six new employees to establish the firm as an ETF provider. In January, the firm launched the first two (ETFs): American Century® STOXX® U.S. Quality Value ETF (VALQ) and American Century® Diversified Corporate Bond ETF (KORP).
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