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Monday, November 25, 2019

After Nine Years, a Voya IM SVP Bids Adieu

Reported by InvestmentWires Staff, 

A nine-year veteran executive is preparing to leave Voya Investment Management. Karyn Cavanaugh, a Mount Pleasant, South Carolina-based senior vice president and senior market strategist at Voya IM, will depart from the New York City-based company in less than two months, MFWire has learned.

Cavanaugh declined to comment.

"As a member of the Voya Multi-Asset Strategies and Solutions (MASS) group," Voya's website reads, "[Karyn] communicates Voya’s views on markets, economies and investment strategy." She is a regular contributor at multiple media outlets, including CNBC, Fox Business, the Wall Street Journal, and NPR, where she discusses investment news and strategy.

"We are grateful for [Karyn's] contributions over the past nine years and wish her well," says Voya spokesman Kris Kagle in a statement emailed to MFWire, “Doug Coté will remain the lead portfolio manager of the Global Perspectives investment strategy.”

Coté declined to comment.

Cavanaugh began working at ING Investment Management in 2010 and stayed on as the ING Group became Voya in 2014. That year, she was promoted to her current position, senior vice president, at Voya IM. She is a PM specializing in multi-asset strategies and solutions, and has worked on Voya's Global Perspectives strategies since inception in 2011.

Prior to her time at Voya, Cavanaugh was director of finance at Hartford Life International for two years. Before that, she worked at HIMCO for thirteen years as a business analyst. She is an alumna of the University of Hartford and the University of Connecticut School of Business.  

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