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Raye Kazenbach

Nick Walstrom
Director, Global Institutional Product Management
RBC Global Asset Management (U.S.) Inc.
 


Nick leads our product management and analysis team, and is responsible for product management strategy at RBC GAM-US. He works closely with distribution, marketing, client service and the investment teams. Through detailed analysis of institutional investment trends and products, Nick and his team prepare recommendations that inform the firm’s business, new product development and marketing strategies. Nick joined RBC GAM-US in 2007, and he began working in the investment industry in 1999. Before transitioning to product management and analysis, he provided marketing support for the firm and our mutual fund family. Nick’s industry experience also includes manager selection and due diligence for a local wealth management firm and financial planning and client service for retail clients at UBS. He earned a BA in economics from the University of Minnesota and holds FINRA Series 7 and 66 licenses.