Denver (May 11, 2004) -- At its annual meeting here, the 70,000-member Association for Investment Management and Research, voted to change its name to CFA Institute, effective immediately, and has named Jeffrey Diermeier to succeed long-time president and chief executive Thomas Bowman, effective Jan. 1, 2005.

Diermeier, 51, most recently served as global chief investment officer at UBS Global Asset Management. In that role, he oversaw more than $400 billion in assets, covering asset allocation,  equities, fixed-income, real estate and currencies and a staff of 435 in 10 countries.

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