Martin J. Jennings
step up to replace Philip P. Mannino
as managing partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers' Investment Management Industry Group
. Mannino plans to retire in June after 35 years with the firm.
Jennings, 43, is a 22-year PwC veteran and has worked with mutual fund complexes and investment companies based in the New York City area. As the risk management partner for the New York group he has worked on structuring new funds, funds of funds and due diligence reviews of fund complex mergers. After the promotion he reports directly to Lloyd E. "Chip" Voneiff, the head of PricewaterhouseCoopers Investment Management Industry Group for the Americas.
As managing director of the group he assumes responsibility for client services, practice planning, training and oversight of all related tax, audit and other services for the investment management segment of the firm's Financial Services Industry Group in New York.
"Marty is a leader in every sense of the word and has made outstanding contributions to PricewaterhouseCoopers' position as the trusted advisor to New York's largest investment management firms," said Chip Voneiff. "The depth of his expertise, particularly in structuring complex domestic and off-shore investments, will be extremely beneficial to our clients at a time when the investment management industry is facing an unprecedented level of economic, competitive and regulatory change."
Jennings was born in Cleveland. He resides in New Canaan, Connecticut with his wife Kathleen and 10 children.
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