Northwestern Mutual-Chicago names Kieran KJ Maloney to leadership role

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Updated 5/5/2022 12:58 PM

Kieran KJ Maloney, a financial advisor with Northwestern Mutual-Chicago, was appointed a College Unit Director in the Oak Brook office. In this leadership role, he will recruit and lead a team of college students participating in the firm's industry-leading financial planning internship program.

"KJ has made great contributions to the internship through mentoring and coaching our college financial representatives," said Chad McQuade, managing director. As an aspiring financial professional on a leadership tract, growing a financial planning business, he is an inspiration for what is possible for the next generation of financial advisors."

 

Maloney started his career upon graduation from college in 2019. He was named a College Unit Captain in 2021, a position he held until being named a College Unit Director.

In addition to his leadership role, he will continue to grow his practice, building on the firm's vision to bring financial security to the community, one individual, one family, and one business at a time.

Maloney earned a Bachelor's Degree in Quantitative Finance and Accounting from the University of Colorado Boulder, where he was an Evans Scholar.

About Northwestern Mutual - Chicago

Northwestern Mutual - Chicago, with offices in Downtown Chicago, Deerfield, Hyde Park, Oak Brook and Rosemont, is a leading Chicago-based financial planning firm providing expert guidance to help clients manage financial risk and achieve financial security. Ranked one of Chicago's Top Workplaces, according to the Chicago Tribune, Northwestern Mutual - Chicago provides career and internship opportunities to individuals who want to grow personally and professionally. The company's nationally recognized financial representative internship program was named by Vault.com a top internship for career development and best financial services internship.

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