January MLP Update, New Pipelines and Low Valuations
After a turbulent December, midstream fundamentals show promise for 2019.
Sean Clark is a Managing Director of Consultant Relations at OFI Global Asset Management, an OppenheimerFunds company. In this role, he works with global and regional consultants, and plays an instrumental role in leading the firm’s institutional sales efforts. Mr. Clark has over 20 years of asset management industry experience and represents OFI Global as a board member with the Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association.
Prior to joining OFI Global in 2011, Mr. Clark was Managing Director of Consultant Relations at John Hancock Funds. He’s also led consultant relations at Deutsche Bank/DWS Investments; served as Director of Institutional Sales & Marketing at High Pointe Capital Management; and helped lead regional sales at Safeco Asset Management. Mr. Clark began his career at Northern Trust Company, where he worked with corporate, endowment and foundation clients.
He earned a BA in English from Holy Cross, and an MBA in Finance from DePaul University’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business. Mr. Clark is also a CFA charter holder and member of the CFA Institute, the CFA Society of Chicago, the Association of Investment Management Sales Executives and board member with Snow City Arts in Chicago.
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