Timothy Noonan is managing director capital markets insights for Russell Investments. Timothy heads the group responsible for shaping and delivering clients services strategy, and delivering capital markets information to private client advisors. He is a senior advisor to Russell's chairman of the private client services investment advice and policy committee. He is a member of Russell's global innovation council where he represents Russell's global retail service line. Tim also heads the China\/India workgroup. He currently shares his time between Russell's London office and the U.S. Headquarters in Tacoma, Washington.\r\nTimothy joined Russell in 1992 from the Lotus Development Corporation in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he helped to pioneer real-time spreadsheet product development for securities trading applications. Upon joining Russell he initially supervised the re-engineering of Russell's performance measurement and asset allocation analytic software suite.\r\nIn 1994, he was appointed assistant to the global chief investment officer, a post he held through 1999, specializing in high net worth investment product design.\r\nIn 1999 Timothy transferred to Russell's U.S. distribution business to manage development of new business partnerships, Russell's U.S. individual investor services business. He led that effort through 2006, chairing Russell's business acceptance committee responsible for vetting all new distribution relationships in the U.S.\r\nIn 2006 Timothy was appointed head of product development and management for Russell's U.S. private client services business, at which time he formed the capital markets insights group, its charter is to keep advisors informed of Russell's viewpoints on a broad range of investment research, economical and market environment, product and client service topics. In addition to those duties, he also frequently represents Russell at client and industry events and with the media. He took his current post in 2007.\r\nNoonan is a registered investment advisor in all 50 states
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