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Justin H. Kelly, CFA

CEO, CIO, and Portfolio Manager, Winslow Capital Management, LLC

Mr. Kelly has jointly managed MainStay Large Cap Growth Fund (formerly FMI Winslow Growth Fund) since April 1999, when he joined Winslow Capital Management as a Managing Director, with responsibility for research and portfolio management.

Mr. Kelly became Chief Investment Officer March 31, 2013 and CEO December 31, 2015. He was co-head of the Technology Research Team at Investment Advisers, Inc. in Minneapolis from 1997-1999. For the prior four years, he was an investment banker in New York City for Prudential Securities and then Salomon Brothers.

Mr. Kelly graduated Summa Cum Laude from Babson College and holds a B.S. degree in finance and investments.

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