Barbara Weidlich became the National Investment Company Association's first woman president in July. She succeeded Bob Goldberg, who had served as the organization's president for ten years.

With Weidlich's appointment comes a renewed emphasis on expanding NICSA's presence globally. The organization has been working in some European markets for years, but Weidlich, a German-born fund executive who has vast experience in Europe's fund business, brings new and uniquely qualified emphasis to those efforts.

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