ACPI announces senior appointments as firm refocuses
ACPI Investment Managers announces senior appointments as firm refocuses on continued success and growth in core areas and saw 16% rise in Private Wealth Management and 14% rise in Fixed Income assets in 2012.
ACPI Investment Managers the independent, innovative provider of asset management solutions for institutional and individual investors, today announces two senior appointments to support the on-going success of its core offering of private wealth management and fixed income.
Head of Fixed Income Steve O’Hanlon has also been appointed Head of Asset Management. Having been at ACPI since its inception in 2001, Steve has been a vital part of the firm’s continued success and will seek to bring his successful track record in fixed income to bear on the asset management offering. Steve also manages two 4 star rated Morningstar funds namely ACPI’s International Bond Fund and Global Fixed Income UCITs fund.
Ana Rebec has also joined the firm as executive director following a 30 year career with Citi Group. Her brief will be to build upon ACPI’s success in private wealth. A specialist in wealth structuring and estate planning Ana is a member of STEP (The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) as well as a Member of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (MSCI).
Brett Lankester, Co-Chief Executive Officer at ACPI Investment Managers says:
“2012 proved to be an excellent year for our private wealth management and fixed income divisions. We have therefore made the conscious decision to refocus and rationalise our offering into these core areas of expertise along with asset management. The appointment of Steve and Ana is a vital part of that overall strategy.
“Steve has been a fantastic asset to ACPI since the company started and Ana’s experience will no doubt build on the great work that has already been done. By appointing Steve and Ana into these positions and building on the excellent work from the rest of the team we are confident the firm will be in a position to out perform what was an excellent 2012 in 2013.”