Investment manager Eaton Vance has named Laurie Hylton as chief financial officer and Daniel Cataldo as treasurer. They both replace Robert Whelan, who has left the company.
Hylton will report to Thomas Faust, who is Eaton’s chairman and chief executive officer. Cataldo will report to Hylton.
"I look forward to Laurie and Dan assuming the financial leadership of Eaton Vance in their new roles. Each of them is a proven executive who has contributed significantly to the growth and success of Eaton Vance over long careers with the Company," Faust said, in a statement. "And I thank Bob for his contributions to Eaton Vance over the past five years and wish him well in future endeavors."
Hylton has served as Eaton Vance's Chief Accounting Officer since 1997 and Cataldo has served as director of financial planning and analysis at Eaton Vance since 2000.
Whelan had served as chief financial officer at Eaton since November 2007, and was a member of the company’s management committee. Before that, he had served as vice president and director of finance at the company during the months of April through October in 2007. Previously, Whelan served as chief financial officer of Boston Private Wealth Management Group and as chief financial officer of MFS Investment Management.