There are a couple of new faces on the team that runs the $43.5 billion


Putnam Voyager fund.

Kevin Divney and James Wiess are the sixth and seventh members of the huge, broker-sold fund's management team, according to a Tuesday regulatory filing. Divney has been with the Boston-based money manager since 1997, and Wiess just joined the shop in April after leaving

J.P. Morgan

. The graybeard on large-cap growth fund's management team is Charles Swanberg, who has co-managed the fund since 1994.

The tech-heavy growth fund has beaten the average large-cap growth fund and the S&P 500 over the past one-, three-, five- and 10-year periods, according to


. This year has been a bit tougher, though. Since Jan. 1 the fund is up 3.4%, which narrowly beats the S&P 500, but trails 64% of its peers.

Ian McDonald owns shares of Putnam Voyager.