just handed off one of his hats, yet he’s not leaving his consulting firm just yet.
This morning Casey, 72, confirms that Kevin Quirk
, 50, took over as chairman of Casey, Quirk & Associates
on Friday. Quirk and Casey are both co-founders of the Darien, Connecticut-based asset management industry consulting shop, and Casey will continue to serve as a senior advisor to the firm.
, managing partner at Casey, Quirk, describes the move as "part of a
succession plan that we put in place back in 2010."
"At the end of the year, John [Casey] will continue to be a senior advisor but will no longer be an owner of the firm, a partner of the firm," Itah tells MFWire
Itah adds that, "from an operational standpoint, there is very little change." Quirk will continue to work with the shop's "largest and strategic clients," while Casey will work with clients while also having "an important internal role to play" at Casey Quirk.
"I am very pleased to pass on the baton to Kevin," Casey states. "I look forward to my new role, working alongside Kevin, Yariv and all our colleagues in helping our clients achieve success."
An alumnus of Milton College, Casey previously chaired both Barra Strategic Consulting Group and RogersCasey. Prior to co-founding RogersCasey, he worked at: Dreher, Rogers & Associates; Paine, Webber, Jackson and Curtis (now Evaluation Associates); and Callan Associates.
An alumnus of NYU and Providence College, Quirk also worked at Barra. He previously worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Boston Company.
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