Margaret E. Franklin was elected to a one-year term as chairwoman of the CFA Institute Board of Governors, confirmed Kathy King, a CFA spokeswoman.
Ms. Franklin, president and CEO of Kinsale Private Wealth, replaces Thomas Welch, managing director and regional manager of the institutional client service team at Wells Capital Management, a CFA news release said. Mr. Welch will continue to serve on the board as immediate past chair, the news release said.
Dan S. Meader, founder and managing partner of Trinity Advisory Group, was named vice chairman, succeeding Ms. Franklin.
Elected to new three-year terms on the board were Giuseppe Ballocchi, head of financial engineering and risk analytics at the trading division of Pictet & Cie; Beth Hamilton-Keen, director and portfolio manager at Mawer Investment Management; James G. Jones, founder and president of Sterling Investment Advisors; and Aaron Low, principal of Lumen Advisors.
Mark Anson, managing partner and chief investment officer at Oak Hill Investment Management, and Jeffrey D. Lorenzen, CIO at American Equity Investment Life Holding, were re-elected to serve second three-year terms on the board.