David Spaulding, CIPM, founder and Chief Executive Officer of The Spaulding Group, announced today the promotion of Patrick W. Fowler to the position of President. David Spaulding relinquishes the title, which he has held since the founding of the firm nearly 23 years ago, while retaining the role of Chief Executive Officer. Patrick will also continue to hold the title of Chief Operating Officer.
“Patrick has been an instrumental member of our firm for 15 years. During this time he has grown considerably, taking on increasingly challenging and important roles,” said David Spaulding. “He has been responsible for our highly successful Performance Membership Forum membership group, which continues to hold inspiring and informative meetings for our nearly 60 member firms. He coordinates our annual Performance Measurement, Attribution & Risk conferences, which have become the leading performance conferences in both North America and Europe. And, he coordinates many of our other activities, always willing to assume greater responsibility.”
“It has been my great honor to be part of the growth and success of The Spaulding Group. Our industry has experienced a tremendous amount of change in the fifteen years since I began here at TSG,” said Patrick W. Fowler. “I look forward to continuing in the traditions, excellence and thought leadership that have become the hallmarks of our incredible company.”
Patrick is a 1998 graduate of Cook College, Rutgers University as well as a mini-MBA certificate holder in the Business Essentials Program from Rutgers Business School. Patrick received the 2011 Dietz Award for excellence in performance measurement literature for his article with Stephen Campisi, Getting to the Heart of Investing - Financial Stewardship that Meets Client Objectives. He is also the Director of PerformanceJobs.com, a career resource for investment performance professionals and is the Managing Editor of The Journal of Performance Measurement®. A former member of the NJ Army National Guard and a township soccer and baseball coach, Patrick and his wife Cristina have two children.