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Meketa Investment Group makes management appointments

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Meketa Investment Group, a global investment consulting firm, has made three new management appointments.

Last month, Principals David Eisenberg and Bradley Regier were named Director of Consulting Services and Director of Business Management, respectively. In addition, Rita McCusker joined the firm as a Senior Vice President and Director of Client Service earlier this year. The three positions report to Meketa Investment Group’s co-CEOs Stephen McCourt and Peter Woolley.
 
Working closely with other senior executives at Meketa Investment Group, Eisenberg is responsible for deployment of consulting resources, workflow, team assignments, and staff development. Eisenberg’s 35 years’ experience in financial services includes serving as a Partner and North America Director of Client Consultingat Mercer. He was also Segment Leader of Mercer’s financial intermediaries investment consulting business, and a Senior Portfolio Manager in Mercer’s OCIO business. Mr. Eisenberg also served as Chief Equity Officer at John Hancock Advisors, as a Senior Vice President at NEPC, and as a Consultant at Cambridge Associates. 
 
Regier collaborates with management to effect a number of corporate initiatives. Regier has held multiple positions at Meketa Investment Group over the last eight years, including Investment Operations Manager and General Consultant. Prior to joining the firm, he was a Research Associate for Professor Kenneth R. French at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and an Equity Research Analyst at Viewpoint Investment Partners, The Seidler Companies, and Roth Capital Partners.
 
McCusker is responsible for coordinating and leading firm-wide business development and client service. She also serves as Chair of the firm’s Marketing Committee. McCusker was previously Head of Investor Relations and Marketing at Catholic Investment Services and spent 10 years at Cambridge Associates in both business development and consulting roles. 
 
“We are delighted to have David, Brad, and Rita as members of the firm’s senior management team,” says Stephen McCourt, Co-CEO, Meketa Investment Group. “Creating these positions is part of our ongoing effort to further deepen the firm’s highly experienced leadership team. Now in our 40thyear, we remain excited about the opportunities ahead for Meketa in today’s vibrant and ever-growing marketplace.”
 
“Our primary goal has always been to provide an intensive level of service to our clients,” says Peter Woolley, Co-CEO, Meketa Investment Group. “Establishing these management roles is directly in keeping with that effort. We are confident this proactive staffing approach will allow us to even more effectively and efficiently meet the unique needs of our clients.”
 

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