Delaware Investments

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Delaware Investments
Type Subsidiary
Industry Financial Services
Founded 1929
Founder(s) Admiral W. Linton Nelson [1]
Headquarters Philadelphia, USA
Key people Patrick Coyne, President, J. Scott Coleman, Executive Vice President, Head of Distribution, Michael J. Hogan, Executive Vice President, Head of Equity Investments, Ania Mikson, Senior Vice President, Head of Human Resources, See Yeng Quek, Executive Vice President, Head of Fixed Income Investments, David P. O'Connor, Senior Vice President,Strategic Investment Relationships and Initiatives and General Counsel, and Philip N. Russo, Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer
Products Mutual funds, Institutional Investments, Trading & Investing, Retirement & Planning
Employees Approximately 500 (2011)
Parent Macquarie Group
Website www.delawareinvestments.com

Delaware Investments is a US-based asset management firm with more than $180 billion in assets under management as of Sept. 30, 2013[2] It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Australia's Macquarie Group

Key Historical Years[edit]

  • 1929: Business commenced
  • 1938: Delaware Investments introduced its first mutual fund
  • 1972: Institutional separate account management established
  • 1974: Taft-Hartley business established
  • 1990: International/Global capabilities established
  • 2000: Fixed income capabilities enhanced
  • 2007: Launched Delaware Investments Global Funds plc[3]
  • 2010: Acquired by Macquarie Group[4]

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