Week in Review
March 3, 2008
NICSA Names Hamacher as Weidlich's Replacement
MIAMI - The National Investment Company Service Association has named Theresa Hamacher as its new president, replacing Barbara Weidlich, who served as NICSA's president for seven full years, from 2001 through the end of last year.
"NICSA is very fortunate to have Theresa joining the organization," said Peggy Schooley, president of Evergreen Service Company and chairman of NICSA, at the association's 26th annual conference in Miami in February. "We are very certain that her managerial experience, her non-profit experience and her contacts and relationships from the investment side of the business, as well as her enthusiasm for the NICSA message will strengthen our future."
Hamacher is the former chief investment officer of Pioneer Investment Management USA in Boston, Mass., and also previously served as CIO for Prudential Mutual Funds in Newark, N.J.
Hamacher graduated from Yale College, majoring in Economics. She is a chartered financial analyst.
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