A former fund supermarket chief is leaving a financial services behemoth after more than 22 years.
, a Fidelity Investments
executive vice president who served
as head of the Fidelity FundsNetwork
from 2011 to 2017 is retiring from the company, MFWire
has learned. She most recently served
as EVP and head of strategy, analytics, and market readiness at Fidelity Institutional.
Clancy did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Needham Heights, Massachussetts-based Clancy posted
about her "big personal news," describing her exit as "monving on to a new chapter" in her life.
"I've had the privilege of working across so many parts of this incredibly company and industry with many amazing leaders and colleagues, and I'm so grateful for the experiences, accomplishments and friendships I'll take with me," Clancy wrote. "Thank you for everything."
Clancy joined Fidelity 1999 and has since served in a variety of leadership roles in areas like corporate communications, lifetime engagement and customer strategy, product development, broker-dealer business, and more. She worked in the personal investing and workplace investing divisions before joining Fidelity Institutional.
Earlier, she worked in sales and marketing roles at AW Chesterton Companuy, Barry Controls, Honeywell, and Sanders Associates. She is an alumna of Assumption Univesity.
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