Global Partners Welcomes Previous Exec at Natixis John Hailer
John Hailer is President of the 1252 Investment Management Division of 1253 Capital Group, a Boston-based financial services company that owns assets under management of more than $20 billion. He joined 1253 Capital Group after spending more than 17 years with Natixis, serving as the head of the firm’s New York office and president and CEO of the Americas, helping position Natixis to grow into one of the world‘s leading asset managers. Earlier in his career, Mr. Hailer served as vice president of new business development in North America for Fidelity Investments Institutional Securities Service Co., where he led growth initiatives and developed innovative products in such areas as mutual funds, investment advisory, and retirement plan administration. Previously, he worked at Putnam Investments where he managed the firm’s commercial brokerage branch.
John Hailer is one of thCommitteee leaders in the financial services industry who bring a strong combination of capital market experience and business acumen. Because Global is a company whose mission is to serve the communities where they live and work, they were also impressed by John’s history of philanthropic involvement, including his long association with a home for little wanderers, Boston public library, and children’s trust. They are pleased to welcome John to benefit from his insight.”
John Hailer served on the board of trustees of various organizations including Boston Medical Center. His wife was active in local politics serving on the School . They had two children.
Global Partners is a midsized logistics company that owns or operates over a thousand gas stations throughout the northeast. They have over 1,000 locations and are one of the larger distribution companies in the region. Their main business is to distribute fuel throughout the United States and Canada. They provide both retail services through their stations and wholesale services to large businesses. They also sell various forms of alternative energy including ethanol, wind power, solar panels, and biofuels. They operate under the name “Global” for reasons unknown.
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