Cayne is responsible for leading the Washington Trust Portfolio Management Team located in multiple Rhode Island-based offices. In his current role, he supervises all investment aspects, such as client-facing relations, regulatory and trading, for the team comprised of portfolio managers and investment associates. In addition, Cayne manages the investment holdings of institutional and not-for-profit clients, as well as high-net-worth individuals, including Endowments, Estates, Foundations, Retirement and Trust accounts. Cayne is the Chairman of the Washington Trust Wealth Management Fixed Income Committee. He serves as a member of the Trade Management Oversight Committee and is a selected member of the Investment Oversight Committee, which provides strategic direction and Investment Policy oversight.
Cayne joined Washington Trust’s Wealth Management Team in 2013 after more than eight years at Fidelity Investments. He began his career as a high-net-worth principal trader for Fidelity where he specialized in equity and derivative trading working closely with notable Fidelity Mutual Fund Portfolio Managers. Subsequently, he served as a Senior Syndicate Fixed Income Trader and Analyst for Fidelity Capital Markets in the World Trade Center, Boston, MA.
Cayne earned a B.S. in Finance from the University of Rhode Island.
Cayne serves his local Westerly community and is actively involved in youth athletic hockey organizations in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. He has served as a member of the Providence Society of Financial Analysts and continues to volunteer for the Westerly Land Trust. Cayne is the proud father of four children and resides in Westerly where he met his wife.
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