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Manning and Napier

Since 1970, Manning & Napier has delivered solutions that help clients meet their financial goals. We offer a broad range of investment management products and services to individuals, institutions, and partners. Our active, independent, and opportunistic style allows us to manage risk in line with client objectives across a variety of market environments. We serve a diversified client base of individuals, 401(k) plan sponsors, pension plans, defined benefit plans, defined contribution plans, Taft-Hartley plans, and endowments & foundations. We also strive to provide value-add products and services to financial professionals, including retirement plan advisors, financial advisors, and consultants. Manning & ...
  • Number of Employees: 250-1000
  • Annual Revenue: $250-500 Million


Name Title Contact Details
Samantha Larew
Co-Director of Compliance Profile
Sarah Turner
General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Profile
Jess Kushner
Chief Compliance Officer Profile

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