ICI Names Shelly Antoniewicz Deputy Chief Economist
Washington, DC, September 13, 2023—The Investment Company Institute (ICI), has named Rochelle “Shelly” Antoniewicz as its new Deputy Chief Economist. Antoniewicz will work with ICI’s Chief Economist Sean Collins in leading ICI’s research department, including continuing to oversee the Institute’s work on the structure and trends of the fund industry and financial markets in the US and globally.
“I am thrilled to welcome Shelly to her new position at ICI. She is a highly accomplished economist who has a substantial track record of producing industry-leading analysis. Her contributions to ICI over the past 18 years have furthered the Institute’s research on the fund industry and guided our engagements with regulators and policymakers,” said Eric J. Pan, President & CEO.
“I’ve had the privilege of working with Shelly in ICI’s Research Department for almost two decades. She has been a key voice promoting the important research we led in the aftermath of the COVID crisis and continues to be an authority on products like ETFs and issues such as liquidity risk management. I look forward to seeing her continue her advocacy for ICI’s members in her new role,” said Sean Collins, Chief Economist.
“I’m excited to continue my journey here at ICI helping to oversee our incredible team and to expand ICI’s reputation for high-quality research and statistics on the asset management industry,” said Shelly Antoniewicz.
Antoniewicz will assume her new position after serving as ICI’s Senior Director of Industry and Financial Analysis. Previously, she was a senior economist in the ICI Research Department. Prior to joining ICI in 2005, Antoniewicz spent 13 years as a staff economist and senior economist at the Federal Reserve Board. She is often quoted in news publications such as Bloomberg and the Financial Times with commentary on market trends. Antoniewicz earned her BA in management science from the University of California, San Diego, and her MS and PhD in economics from the University of Wisconsin–Madison.