WAYNE, Penn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hartford Funds today announced that Gina Lombardi has joined the firm’s Wirehouse Strategic Relationship Management (SRM) team as Relationship Manager. Based in Westfield, New Jersey, Lombardi will be responsible for supporting initiatives to develop and strengthen relationships with Hartford Funds’ largest broker-dealer clients. She will report to Eric Levinson, Head of Wirehouse SRM.
“Gina is results-oriented with a demonstrated track record of building professional partnerships, gaining product placement and growing firm market share,” said Levinson. “We warmly welcome Gina to the team and look forward to leveraging her expertise to help our clients reach their most important goals.”
With more than 12 years of sales and relationship management experience, Lombardi joins Hartford Funds from Cohen & Steers, where she served as Senior National Accounts Relationship Manager. At Cohen & Steers, Lombardi was responsible for maintaining relationships within the independent and wire-house broker-dealer channel, in addition to prospecting new partnerships within the private bank channel. Lombardi began her career at Lord Abbett & Co., where she held various sales positions, most recently as Director, Relationship Manager.
Lombardi received a B.A. in marketing and international business, from Villanova University. She is actively involved in the Villanova Business School Alumni mentor program and volunteers with Be the Match and MPN Research Foundation.
About Hartford Funds
Founded in 1996, Hartford Funds is a leading asset manager, which provides mutual funds, ETFs, and 529 college savings plans. Using its human-centric investing approach, Hartford Funds creates strategies and tools designed to address the needs and wants of investors. Leveraging partnerships with leading experts, Hartford Funds delivers insight into the latest demographic trends and investor behavior.
The firm’s line-up includes more than 60 mutual funds in a variety of styles and asset classes, and 9 ETFs. Its mutual funds (with the exception of certain fund of funds) are sub-advised by Wellington Management or Schroder Investment Management North America Inc. The 7 strategic beta ETFs offered by Hartford Funds are designed to help address investors’ evolving needs by leveraging a unique risk-optimized approach, which identifies risks within each asset class and then deliberately and systematically re-allocates capital toward risks more likely to enhance return potential. Hartford Funds has mutual fund assets under management of $87.1 billion as of March 31, 2017 (excluding assets used in certain annuity products). For more information about our investment family, visit www.hartfordfunds.com.
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