Mary Pryshlak
Senior Managing Director, Partner, Head of Investment Research

Mary is Senior Managing Director, Partner, and the Head of Investment Research at Wellington Management. She leads a management team responsible for more than 100 professionals who directly manage client assets, conduct in-depth research, and provide investment recommendations for portfolio managers and analysts across the firm. She is a member of Wellington’s Compensation Committee, Equity Review Group, Hedge Fund Review Group, and Investment Platform Governance Committee and also serves on the New Partner Advisory Committee.

Mary joined the firm in 2004 as a global industry analyst and later became Director of Global Industry Research. Previously, she was an equity analyst covering financial services at The Boston Company and an analyst at State Street Global Advisors. She has also held positions at Aeltus Investment Management Company and Spear Benzak Saloman and Farrell. She has worked in the financial services industry since 1993.

Mary earned a B.A. in Economics and French from Rutgers College. 


Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)

Association of Insurance and Financial Analysts (AIFA)


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