MSCI: Salli Schwartz, Head of Investor Relations and Treasurer, leaves MSCI


MSCI Inc. (NYSE: MSCI), a leading provider of critical decision support tools and services to the global investor community, today announced that Salli Schwartz, Head of Investor Relations and treasurer, resigns from the company for personal reasons, effective November 19. , 2021.

“I would like to thank Salli for his dedication to our franchise over the past two years,” said Andrew Wiechmann, CFO of MSCI. “It has helped us improve our strategic dialogue with the market, expand our seller-side coverage and global investor base, and optimize our capital structure. I wish him every success in his future endeavors.

Ms. Schwartz said: “I am proud of the significant accomplishments we have made in our investor relations and treasury functions over the past two years. MSCI is an exceptional all-weather franchise with a myriad of growth opportunities, and I have truly enjoyed my experiences working alongside such an amazing team.

After the effective date of Ms. Schwartz’s resignation, Jisoo Suh can be contacted at [email protected] for investor inquiries and Mr. Wiechmann can be contacted for inquiries about investors. treasury information, in each case, until a replacement is appointed. .

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MSCI is a leading provider of decision support tools and services to the global investment community. With over 50 years of research, data and technology expertise, we make better investment decisions by empowering clients to understand and analyze key risk and reward drivers and create with confidence more efficient portfolios. We create cutting-edge, research-powered solutions that clients use to better understand and improve transparency throughout the investment process.

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