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Baxter

Baxter

QCI Asset Management Inc. announces the addition of Kim Baxter and Eric Klinger, as well as the promotion of Kelly Jermyn.

Baxter has been hired as director of operations. She brings over 20 years of financial services experience to the role and is a certified financial planner. She previously spent 14 years at Manning & Napier. She has a bachelor’s degree in sociology from St. John Fisher College.

Klinger has been hired as director of trade operations. He previously served as operations supervisor at Manning & Napier Advisors. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and economics from Nazareth College.

Jermyn has been promoted to service operations manager. She previously served as a client service representative since joining QCI in 2001. She handles data management, reconciliation and performance data clients for all client accounts.

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