PALO ALTO, Calif. September 8, 2008 – Financial Engines, a leading independent investment advisor providing personalized retirement help, today announced that it has hired Manjari Lewis as Executive Vice President of Service Delivery. In her new role, Manjari is responsible for Financial Engines' Advisor Call Center, operations, sponsor client implementations, and customer support groups.
Prior to joining Financial Engines, Manjari held a number of senior operations positions at Bank of America and Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. Most recently, she was the Senior Vice President, Change Management Executive, Global Treasury Services at Bank of America. Prior to joining Bank of America, Manjari spent 18 years at Charles Schwb and Company in various roles, including Director, Project Management and Quality Assurance, Branch Vice President and Director, Annuities and Life Insurance Services and Operations, and Manager, Broker-Dealer Operations, Mutual Fund Operations, Reorganization and Pension Services.
"We are excited to have Manjari join our executive team during this exciting time for our business," said Jeff Maggioncalda, president and CEO of Financial Engines. "Her focus on performance and experience with large financial institutions will enable us to continue the high levels of quality and service for which Financial Engines is known."
Manjari holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles and a Masters in Business Administration from San Francisco State University. She is also a certified Six Sigma Green Belt and a Certified Treasury Professional.
About Financial Engines
Financial Engines is a leading provider of independent investment advice and managed accounts to defined contribution plans. Founded by Nobel Prize-winning economist, William F. Sharpe, Financial Engines serves millions of employees at many of America's largest corporations. Patented advice technology and institutional-quality investment methodology allow Financial Engines to offer an array of advisory services to meet the needs of a wide range of investors. For more information, please visit www.financialengines.com.