After 35 years with UBS
and its predecessors, a senior asset management executive is moving on.
, managing director and head of life cycle management in the Americas for UBS Asset Management
], left the multinational asset manager earlier this month, MFWire
has learned. He is based in the New York City area.
Spokespeople for UBS did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Carver has spent basically his entire career at the firm. After graduating from Ithaca College in 1985, he joined Paine Webber. He worked with managed accounts and with the broker-dealer's Mitchell Hutchins Asset Management business, and he stayed on in 2000 when UBS bought
Paine Webber. Over the past two decades he served in various leadership roles, including: head of advisory programs; president of the U.S. mutual funds business; and head of product development and management in the Americas. He shifted into his most recent role in 2018.
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