FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla., Jan. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Kim Furnald, an experienced sales and marketing executive in the institutional asset management industry, has joined Community Capital Management as Senior Vice President, Institutional Sales.
Furnald will be responsible for leading Community Capital's sales efforts to institutional investors including: endowments, foundations, pension funds, faith-based organizations, insurance companies, fund of funds and investment consulting firms. She will also support the firm's client relations outreach for current and prospective institutional clients.
"With over 25 years of institutional sales experience at firms such as Fidelity and Morningstar, Kim's expertise will be a valuable addition to our institutional sales efforts," said David K. Downes, Chief Executive Officer.
Prior to joining Community Capital Management, Furnald was a Principal at New Hill Management where she was responsible for institutional fundraising. Previously, she held positions at JP Morgan Private Bank and Morningstar. While at Morningstar, she was responsible for formalizing Morningstar's efforts to proactively work with institutional investors. Furnald began her career at Fidelity Investments in 1981. Prior to her departure in 1997, she was directly responsible for institutional sales in the Northeast for Fidelity's mutual funds and separate accounts for the preceding 10 years.
Furnald received her undergraduate degree in Economics from Ohio Wesleyan University. She is a board member of the Eastern Massachusetts Girl Scouts as well as a member of their Leading Women Awards Steering Committee and Investment Committee. Furnald lives on a working farm and is involved with the Emerald Necklace Conservancy's Party in the Park, where she founded and co-chaired the Education Committee.
About Community Capital Management
Community Capital Management is a Fort Lauderdale-based SEC-registered investment advisor. The firm was founded in 1998 by Barbara VanScoy and Todd Cohen to provide fixed income investment services to institutional investors. Its clients include public funds, foundations, financial institutions, faith-based investors, and mission related investors. Community Capital Management manages over $1 billion in assets under management. Community Capital Management currently offers institutional investors its investment strategy via a separate account or a mutual fund. For additional information, please contact Alyssa Greenspan at 877.272.1977 or visit www.ccmfixedincome.com.
SOURCE Community Capital Management