Cori Martindale

Corinne Martindale

Head of Product Management

About Ms. Martindale

Corinne Martindale is the head of product management for William Blair Investment Management. She focuses on strategic development, growth, positioning, and competitive analysis for the firm’s current investment products and oversees future product development.

Before joining William Blair in 2016, Corinne was head of product management and development for Voya Investment Management, where she was responsible for the product development and management, competitive analysis, and product sales support for equity, fixed income, senior loan, and multi-asset products distributed across institutional, intermediary, retirement, and offshore channels.

Before that, Corinne was a client portfolio manager at GE Asset Management. She received a B.A. in English and political science from Fairfield University and an M.B.A. from New York University's Stern School of Business.

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William Blair is a premier global boutique with expertise in investment banking, investment management, and private wealth management. We provide advisory services, strategies, and solutions to meet our clients’ evolving needs. As an independent and employee-owned firm, together with our strategic partners, we operate in more than 20 offices worldwide.*

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Year William Blair was founded

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+1,800

Employees worldwide

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+136 billion

Client assets

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86 Years

Independent and employee-owned

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20+

Offices worldwide

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~700

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As of September 30, 2021
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