Financial Engines® (NASDAQ: FNGN), America's largest independent registered investment advisor, today announced the promotion of Paul Gamble, 43, to the position of Executive Vice President of Distribution and Institutional Services.
In his new position, Gamble will continue to report to Financial Engines’ President Larry Raffone and will be responsible for the Company’s top line revenue goals and all client-facing functions, including sales, distribution, relationship management, strategic alliances and communications.
“Paul has been instrumental in building the foundation for Financial Engines’ core business, leading the team that brought in the majority of the 401(k) providers and Fortune 500 customers we now serve,” said Larry Raffone, president of Financial Engines. “Over his 12-year tenure with the Company, he has helped achieve over $560 billion in assets under contract and over $61 billion in assets under management, and is deeply familiar with every aspect of our customer relationships. As we grow our Company, we’re confident that Paul’s strong track record and leadership will significantly impact client relationships and business results.”
Since 2004, Gamble has served in the role of Vice President of National Sales at Financial Engines, during which time he was responsible for all aspects of sales, consultant relations and participant communications. Prior to that, Gamble was responsible for business development and relationships with financial institutions and retirement plan providers nationally.Gamble has more than 20 years of sales, relationship management and marketing experience in the retirement industry. Prior to joining Financial Engines, he served as Vice President of Institutional Retirement Sales at Scudder Investments and before that, Vice President of Institutional Retirement Sales at Fidelity Investments. Gamble received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the College of Wooster. He sits on the executive committee of the Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association (DCIIA) and is actively involved in industry discussions around improving defined contribution plan design for sponsors and participants.