William A. Muggia President, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer

“Our focus is finding valuable franchises that are misunderstood by our competitors and our peers.”

William A. Muggia

President, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer

Will joined Westfield Capital Management in April 1994. In addition to his executive duties, he chairs the Investment Committee, serves as Market Strategist and contributes investment ideas primarily within the Health Care and Energy sectors.

In 2001, Will was promoted to President and Chief Investment Officer and now oversees all of Westfield's US equity and hedge fund strategies. In this role, Will and his team have grown the firm from $2 billion to $12 billion in assets under management.

Prior to joining Westfield, Will worked in the Technology Investment Banking Group at Alex Brown & Sons, where his responsibilities included mergers and acquisitions, restructuring, and spin-offs. Before that, he was a Vice President at Kidder, Peabody & Company.

Will graduated from Middlebury College in 1983 and received a Masters in Business Administration from the Harvard Business School in 1992.

Will and his family are very active in community service, focusing their efforts on education for underprivileged youth. He is a member of the Board of Directors of City Year Boston, a non-profit organization focused on education for inner-city children. He coaches youth soccer and enjoys participating in multiple sports.

Professional History

President, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer
Market Outlook and Strategy 

1994 - Present: Westfield Capital Management
1992 - 1994: Alex. Brown & Sons
1983 - 1990: Kidder Peabody & Co.
1992: Harvard Business School, MBA
1983: Middlebury College, BA

 


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