Annie Taylor and Anne Westreich were named to OCIO/consulting firm Verus’ management committee after each served more than decade in building up key areas of the firm’s business.
Taylor joined Verus in 2003 as a performance analyst. She has worked with Taft-Hartley clients and served on the firm’s OCIO committee and has been instrumental in growing that practice.
Westreich has been with Verus since 2006 as a consultant serving mostly the not-for-profit sector. She already sits on the Verus Investment Committee and recently has taken responsibility for the Seattle firm’s not-for-profit sector team.
“Annie and Anne are both consummate investment consulting professionals who are highly-regarded in the industry for their insightful counsel and dedication to their clients,” said Jeffrey MacLean, CEO of Verus. “We are delighted that they have agreed to take on this added responsibility within the firm.”
MacLean serves on the management committee along with Shelly Heier, president; Ian Toner, chief investment officer; Scott Whalen, executive managing director; Kraig McCoy, chief financial officer and chief operating officer; Faraz Shooshani, managing director and senior private markets consultant and Mark Brubaker, managing director and senior consultant.