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Robert E. Moore

Robert E. Moore

Robert E. (Bob) Moore’s analytical, quantitative and software background and expertise will be invaluable as H&W develops it informatics platform.

 

Mr. Moore joined GE’s financial training program in 1968 after college. With the Vietnam War raging, he enlisted in the United States Army in February 1969, and became a commissioned infantry officer in January 1970. He served one combat tour in Vietnam as an infantry rifle platoon leader, firebase operations officer and battalion support company commander. He attended Columbia’s Graduate School of Business on the GI Bill, majoring in Finance, Accounting and Quantitative Methods. His AB was earlier earned in Physics from Yale University.

 

Mr. Moore joined Xerox in 1973 as a Budget Analyst in their Northeast Region headquarters. In 1975, he became Manager of Financial Analysis, Treasurer’s Division, for AMF Inc. He had principal oversight responsibility for the company’s pension fund during the critical time after the passage of the Pension Reform Act and the 1973-74 bear market. Mr. Moore joined Effron Enterprises, an investment software company, in late 1977 as Executive Vice President overseeing the development of the firm’s Investment Performance Measurement and Analytics product and the STARS portfolio accounting system. In early 1982 he founded FinAlytics, Inc., in a joint venture with the national pension consulting firm Rogers, Casey and Barksdale. In 1985 FinAlytics was merged into RCB, and Mr. Moore became Managing Director, Systems, of the parent firm. Under his stewardship, the firm developed a series of sophisticated analytical tools to help large corporate pension funds maximize their investment returns. In 1993 he founded Greenwich Analytics, Inc., which developed even more comprehensive investment performance measurement products. Mr. Moore retired in 2003.