Robert D. Kendall has been named president of Carillon Tower Advisers
ST. PETERSBURG — Robert D. Kendall has been named president of Carillon Tower Advisers.
He will take over Friday for Copper Abbot, who retired March 31.
Kendall has spent 25 years in asset management and comes to Carillon from the DWS Group where he worked from 2009 to 2020, according to a statement. While there his duties included client services for institutional investors, retail investors and insurance companies.
Kendall said in a statement that he feels “fortunate” to be part of the firm “through active management, providing scalable business support to our talented investment teams, and offering solutions for investors through a broad lineup of investment capabilities across asset classes.”
He will lead the firm’s global growth and business development.
Carillon is a St. Petersburg-based asset management firm owned by Raymond James. Carillon and its affiliates had $74 billion in assets under management as of March 31, according to a statement from the firm.