We are excited to announce that Bryan Shipley, CFA, CAIA has been named co-chief investment officer of the firm. He will serve alongside Tony Arnerich and share the responsibilities of chief investment officer, providing thought leadership and overseeing the firm’s investment strategy. Tony Arnerich has been working with Bryan for many years and has selected him to help drive the company’s investment approach into the future. Mr. Shipley, who joined Arnerich Massena in 2003, has had a key role in the development and maintenance of the firm’s investment philosophy and research process as head of traditional and real assets, and the move to co-CIO is a natural progression of his work. With a distinguished career of more than 19 years, Mr. Shipley is an accomplished and seasoned investment professional.
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With the recent transition to 100% employee ownership, the firm is working to codify the principles and philosophy Tony Arnerich has brought to the company, developing the next generation of leadership with Tony’s mentorship and guidance. Bryan Shipley, as a new principal of the firm, is dedicated to maintaining the highest standards in our research and investment process. Tony is excited to work alongside Bryan in this role and looking forward to the ideas and knowledge that he brings to the table.
The firm is committed to continuing to bring our clients the unique investment vision, perspective, and approach we’ve become known for. This co-chief investment officer structure is a next step to the firm’s recent management buyout, ensuring that we can continue to provide forward-looking, thoughtful investment advice as we move forward into the future. This is an exciting time, and we are pleased to welcome Mr. Shipley into this leadership position. He has an unwavering commitment to being a loyal steward of our clients’ assets.
Foundation & Endowment Report reported on this story here: http://fundintelligence.global/foundationendowmentreport/news/arnerich-massenas-new-era/
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