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Thursday, August 25, 2016

Two Execs Join Victory in a Key Channel

Reported by Neil Anderson, Managing Editor

Two executives just joined Victory Capital Management [profile] in a key channel, retirement plans.

Scott Neeb
Victory Capital Management
Head of DCIO Retirement Division
Denver-based Tom Morrison and Chicago-based Jonathon Dues have both joined the Cleveland-based mutual fund shop this month, our sister publication 401kWire reports.

Denver-based Scott Neeb serves as head of Victory's DC I-O (defined contribution investment-only) retirement division. He referred inquiries to Caroline Churchill, chief marketing officer for Victory, who declined to comment for this story. Morrison referred inquires to Neeb, and MFWire could not immediately reach Dues for comment.

Both Dues and Morrison hail from top DC I-O jobs at other mutual fund shops. Morrison hails from Alger [profile], where he spent nearly 16 years and served as senior vice president of retirement markets. Jim Tambone, executive vice president and chief distribution officer at Alger, tells MFWire that he's looking to hire two DC I-O executives, one in a senior role like Morrison and another in "more of an AVP" role.

Meanwhile, Dues previously spent more than two years as national director of DC I-O sales at RS Investments [profile]. Victory bought RS last month, seven months after unveiling the deal.

Morrison is an alumnus of Louisiana State University. He worked at Merrill and Schwab before joining Alger in 2000.

Dues is an alumnus of Hillsdale College. He worked at Ibbotson (now part of M*) and Mesirow before joining RS in 2014. 

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