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Andrew F. Barth
Andrew F. Barth '85
Chairman, Capital Guardian Trust Company, California
Andrew F. Barth is chairman of Capital Guardian Trust Company, chairman of Capital International Limited, executive vice president of Capital Group International Inc., and vice chairman of Capital International Research, Inc. He also serves as a director for the Capital Group Companies, Inc. He is a member of the Global Institutional Group executive office and the Capital Group Companies management committee.
Mr. Barth joined the Capital Group Companies in 1985 after completing his MBA at Columbia Business School. He graduated from Columbia summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa.
Mr. Barth is based in Los Angeles. His civic duties include serving on the board of trustees for the American Ballet Theater, the Center for the Study of the Presidency, the California Science Center Foundation, and Pomona College, and on the board of overseers for the Huntington Museum, Library and Gardens.
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