Boston, MA, 16 May 2023 – FCLTGlobal, a non-profit organization rebalancing capital markets to support a long-term sustainable economy, has announced Jess Gaspar as new Head of Research. In this role, Gaspar will shape the organization’s research agenda, oversee its research staff, and work with external stakeholders, including FCLTGlobal’s members, to advance key objectives.
Gaspar brings with him over 20 years of experience in research and strategy, most recently as Head of Global Research, Multi-Asset Solutions at AllianceBernstein from 2016 to 2022, where he built a global research team responsible for strategic asset allocation, systematic tactical asset allocation, risk and retirement for $100bn+ division. From 2008 to 2016, Gaspar was Head of Asset Allocation and Research at CommonFund, where he created the team responsible for designing asset allocations for endowments and foundations. Previously, he held positions at McKinsey & Company, the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, the World Bank, and Compagnie Generale D’informatique.
Gaspar holds a PhD in International Economics from Stanford University and a B.S. from MIT in Environmental Engineering.
FCLTGlobal’s mission is to focus capital on the long term to support a sustainable and prosperous economy. We are a non-profit organization whose members are leading companies and investors worldwide that develops actionable research and tools to drive long-term value creation for savers and communities. Please visit www.fcltglobal.org for more information.
Ross Parker – Director, Communications
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