Brendan Kyne - BlackRock Corporate Insider

HYT -- USA Stock  

USD 10.52  0.03  0.29%


Mr. Brendan Kyne is Vice President of Blackrock Corporationrationrate High Yield Fund VI Inc. He is Managing Director of BlackRock Inc. since 2010 Director of BlackRock Inc. from 2008 to 2009 Head of Product Development and Management for BlackRocks U.S. Retail Group since 2009 Cohead of Product Development and Management for BlackRocks U.S. Retail Group from 2007 to 2009 Vice President of BlackRock Inc. from 2005 to 2008.
Age: 37  VP Since 2009      

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Entity Summary

BlackRock Corporate High Yield Fund (HYT) is traded on New York Stock Exchange in USA. and employs 20 people.

BlackRock Corporate Leadership Team

Robert Crothers, President
Henry Gabbay, Executive, Ph.D
Kathleen Feldstein, Executive
Robert Hubbard, Executive
Karen Robards, Chairman
Richard Cavanagh, Chairman
Charles Park, Executive
Jerrold Harris, Executive
James Flynn, Executive
Frank Fabozzi, Executive
Janey Ahn, Executive
John Perlowski, CEO
Michael Castellano, Executive
Cynthia Egan, Executive
Jay Fife, Executive
Jonathan Diorio, President
Barbara Novick, Executive
Paul Audet, Executive
Neal Andrews, CFO
Catherine Lynch, Executive
Brendan Kyne, VP
Carl Kester, Executive, MBA

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