Boston Portfolio Advisors (BPA) named Thomas Glanfield to succeed Scott Calahan as president and chief executive officer.
Calahan, who founded the company 30 years ago in Boston, will be still serve the firm's chairman.
Glanfield joined the advisory services firm in 2008 from Ernst & Young’s structured finance advisory business unit in New York. He also held banking and management roles at Citigroup, CIBC and JPMorgan.
“Boston Portfolio Advisors is committed to continuing its history of thought leadership, servicing excellence, and credit and capital markets guidance for its clients,” Glanfield said. “With the needs in the financial markets today, Boston Portfolio is well suited to assist our clients with a wide variety of services much in demand today”.
“With the complex needs in these trying times at many organizations, Boston Portfolio is capable of tackling the most complex issues and implementing solutions to preserve portfolio values”, Calahan said.
BPA provides credit and capital market solutions across all asset classes such as mortgages, auto loans, credit cards, and student loans through risk management, litigation support, operational excellence, and strategic guidance to banks, insurance companies, finance companies and other financial market institutions.