Vincent Galindo

Vincent Galindo is a partner and a senior consultant for the Hyas Group and focuses on the firm’s public sector retirement plan sponsor clients. With more than 25 years of experience in the investment services industry, he works with plan sponsor committees on plan governance, fiduciary training, investment menu monitoring, vendor management, and fee analysis and review.  Reviewing retirement plans, evaluating features within the program, benchmarking fees and services, and monitoring investment menus, he offers his clients a rich perspective on retirement plan design and portfolio construction. Mr. Galindo also conducts regular on-site due diligence trips to the major record keepers, keeping clients apprised of trends and service enhancements in the industry.

Prior to joining the Hyas Group, Mr. Galindo worked at Arnerich Massena, Inc. for a decade as an education consultant in their participant education department where he began by developing participant education campaigns and transitioned to a role as a senior investment consultant. Before joining Arnerich Massena, Mr. Galindo ran the State of Oregon’s Investor Information Program with the Division of Finance and Corporate Securities. He has also worked as a financial adviser for an asset management firm and as an equity capital markets analyst at a technology investment bank.

Mr. Galindo earned a Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of California at Berkeley. He is a FINRA Series 65 license-holder and a former Series 7 and 63 license-holder. He is a member of the National Association of Government Defined Contribution Administrators (NAGDCA) where he currently serves on their Annual Conference Committee. In addition, he has also served on NAGDCA’s Leading Ideas Investment Task Force, Awards Committee, Legislative Committee, and Education Taskforce as well as its Investment Policy Taskforce and Government DC Best Practices Task Force. Lastly, Mr. Galindo serves as Chair of the Lincoln High School Alumni Association Endowment Committee and he also serves on the Board of Directors for The Children’s Course — Home of the First Tee of Greater Portland.