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Edwin Walczak

Edwin Walczak

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About Edwin Walczak

New York-based Edwin Walczak is the senior vice president and heads the US equity team at Swiss group Vontobel Asset Management, a wholly owned subsidiary of Vontobel Holding. Born in the USA, Walczak has over 20 years' experience in the industry. He started out in 1978 as a financial analyst with Ford Motor Company in Michigan, USA and a year later he joined General Motors Corporation in New York where he was a member of the treasury department. In 1982 he moved to institutional asset managers Sanford C.Bernstein & Co, New York, which is a subsidiary of Alliance Capital Management, where he worked as an institutional salesman. He subsequently had a four-year stint as an institutional portfolio manager with US global investment group Lazard Freres Asset Management before Vontobel captured him in January 1988. Walczak graduated in 1975 with a BA from Colby College, Maine, USA before going on to Columbia University, USA where he completed an MA in International Politics in 1976 and an MBA in Finance in 1978.

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Citywire Rating: Not Eligible

Edwin Walczak does not currently have the required track record to be eligible for a Citywire Rating. See methodology

2012

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2014

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2017

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