Mr. Philip de Toledo serves as the President of The Capital Group Companies, Inc. Mr. de Toledo serves as Senior Vice President of Capital International, Inc. He served as Senior Vice President and Principal Financial Officer at The Capital Group Companies Inc. Mr. de Toledo has an extensive experience of investment industry. Prior to joining Capital, he served as a Tax Manager with Deloitte Haskins & Sells. He serves as a Director of Capital International, Inc. Mr. de Toledo holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the University of California, graduating summa cum laude.
Investment giant Capital Group renews downtown L.A. lease for 15 years
Оe of the biggest office tenants in downtown Los Angeles has agreed to stay put on Bunker Hill for another 15 years, landlord Brookfield Property Partners said.
Investment firm Capital Group has renewed its lease covering 323,000 square feet at Bank of America Plaza, a prominent 55-story tower at 333 S. Hope St.
“Capital Group was founded in Los Angeles in 1931 and set up shop at Bank of America Plaza nearly 40 years ago,” said Phil de Toledo, president of Capital Group Cos. “We are pleased to continue to serve our clients from this important business address.”
LOS ANGELES, July 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The Board of Directors of Capital Group, the home of American Funds and one of the world’s leading investment management firms, today announced the election of Tim Armour as Chairman of Capital Group. Tim is currently Chairman of Capital Group’s management committee and Capital Research and Management Company.
Tim, together with the other senior members of the firm’s management committee — Rob Lovelace, President, Capital Research and Management Company, and Phil de Toledo, President, Capital Group — will continue to work with the other members of the committee to set, communicate and implement Capital’s overall business strategies, as well as oversee operations. The change reflects a leadership succession plan that has been in motion for several years, and was formalized after the passing of former Chairman, Jim Rothenberg.