John Smith Joins Evaluation Associates LLC

Dec 20, 2010, 10:10 ET from Evaluation Associates

NORWALK, Conn., Dec. 20, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Evaluation Associates LLC (EAI), a Milliman Company, announced today that John Smith has joined the firm as Senior Consultant.  In making the announcement, Evaluation Associates Managing Director Bryan Decker said, "We are delighted to welcome John Smith to EAI. He brings more than 20 years of experience to our team as a senior investment professional. John will have immediate consulting responsibilities for a diverse mix of clients and will also take a leading role in managing our defined contribution services offering."

Mr. Smith is an experienced veteran of the investment consulting industry, having served for the past 16 years as an Investment Relationship Manager at Capital Research and Management Company, the investment advisor to The American Funds. In accepting his new role at Evaluation Associates, John Smith said, "I am very excited about joining the EAI team and I look forward to helping enhance EAI's long-standing investment expertise and stellar client service."

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