is saying goodbye to John Hancock
has learned that Hartstein, president of John Hancock Funds, is retiring in September.
Hancock spokeswoman Beth McGoldrick confirmed Hartstein's impending retirement. MFWire
could not immediately reach Hartstein himself for comment.
John Hancock president Jim Boyle
is leading a search to find a successor for Hartstein, who took over Hancock's mutual fund business in 2005. He joined Hancock 22 years ago.
McGoldrick gave MFWire
a statement on Hartstein's tenure at Hancock:
Hartstein has played a pivotal role in establishing the company’s mutual fund franchise successfully transforming it into one of the fastest growing and diverse mutual funds companies in the U.S. Under his direction, the business achieved record sales, elevated assets under management to record highs, and amassed an impressive list of top performing funds within an industry leading multi-manager investment platform.
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