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A $579B-AUM Firm Gains a COO
An asset manager with $579 billion in AUM recently gained a chief operating officer. The new hire is an alumna of BlackRock and the NYSE.
Dallmer's move to DFA comes after prior COO Sam Gilliland left last year and took over a software company.
O'Reilly describes Dallmer as "a key new leader" for the DFA team. Butler lauds the new hire for "her deep operations experience."
"I have long admired Dimensional for its intellectual rigor, commitment to clients, and focus on innovation," Dallmer states. "I look forward to working with leaders across the firm to improve operational standards, drive efficiencies, and enhance business capabilities for our clients."
Dallmer, an alumna of the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business (which is named for DFA executive chairman David Booth) and of Miami University, joined BlackRock back in 2004. Prior to that, she worked at the NYSE and Archipelago (which NYSE acquired).
38-year-old Dimensional had more than 1,400 employees across 13 offices and $579 billion in AUM, as of September 30, 2019.
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