Editorial leadership changes at Pensions & Investments position the organization for future growth and success
Jun 23, 2015, 09:31 ET
NEW YORK, June 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Pensions & Investments announces several changes in its editorial leadership that became effective June 15.
Nancy Webman becomes editorial director of Pensions & Investments – www.pionline.com, a position formerly held by retired editorial director Michael J. Clowes. As editorial director of P&I, Nancy Webman reports to the vice president and group publisher of Pensions & Investments and Business Insurance, Chris J. Battaglia. Nancy will be working on the development of a digital content strategy to further engage asset owners and the global asset management community, among other initiatives such as P&I's fast-growing recognition program for asset managers, P&I's Best Places to Work in Money Management. In her new role, Nancy will also serve as the brand's editorial steward of quality control and relevance for all of P&I's digital, conference and print content. Nancy joined P&I in 1982 as a reporter to open the Southwest bureau in Dallas. She became editor in mid-1997 and is based in Chicago. Previously, Nancy was a reporter and editor on daily newspapers in Texas, Florida, and New York. She has a degree in journalism from Syracuse University and lives in Chicago with her husband.
Amy Resnick, a veteran financial journalist, is promoted to editor of P&I. Amy joined Pensions & Investments in 2012 and quickly put her mark on P&I's editorial strategy. Immediately before joining P&I, she worked as Americas editor of IFR magazine, a capital markets publication. Prior to that, she spent 15 years at The Bond Buyer, the paper of record for the municipal bond market, including her last 10 years there as the editor in chief. She was the first woman ever to hold that job in the 124-year history of the publication. She also served as a reporter and tax reporter in the paper's Washington, DC bureau and as the paper's managing editor. Before joining The Bond Buyer, she worked as a state and local news reporter in both Virginia and Massachusetts. Amy was a Knight Wallace Journalism Fellow at the University of Michigan, where she studied politics, taxation and infrastructure finance. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Journalism and Women Symposium. She is a self-described public policy nerd. Amy is based in New York City.
In addition to the above changes, Julie Tatge joins P&I as executive editor. Julie comes from the Chicago Tribune where she was most recently the business editor, directing daily and Sunday business news coverage and department operations. Julie held several other posts during her 12 years at the Chicago Tribune as bureau chief and assistant city editor. Julie brings extensive experience to P&I in digital and print journalism, and is not only an experienced newsroom journalist, but also a skilled manager of editorial resources. Julie will be based in the Chicago office of Pensions & Investments.
"These important editorial leadership changes at Pensions & Investments have been in the works for several years and I am pleased to now have three talented women with more than 75 years of collective financial and business journalism experience leading the editorial direction of our organization," says Chris J. Battaglia, P&I's Vice President and Group Publisher.
About Pensions & Investments
With unmatched integrity and professionalism, Pensions & Investments consistently delivers news, research and analysis to the executives who manage the flow of funds in the institutional investment market. Since its founding in 1973, this continues to be the mission of Pensions & Investments, the international newspaper of money management. Written for pension, portfolio and investment management executives at the hub of this market, Pensions & Investments provides its audience with timely and incisive coverage of events affecting the money management business. Written by a worldwide network of reporters and correspondents, Pensions & Investments' coverage includes business and financial news, legislative reports, global investments, product development, technology, investment performance, executive changes, corporate governance and other topics crucial to the people who drive the world of professional money.
Pensions & Investments is owned by Crain Communications Inc, publisher of 24 leading industry trade and consumer publications including Advertising Age and Automotive News, among others, and is based in Detroit, Mich.
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