Two senior appointments at ACPI

Wealth manager ACPI has made two senior appointments as it looks to develop its core private client and fixed income offerings.

Two senior appointments at ACPI


Steve O’Hanlon has been appointed as head of asset management and will continue his role as head of fixed income. O’Hanlon, who has been with the firm since its launch in 2001, also manages the ACPI International Bond Fund, and the Global Fixed Income Ucits fund.

Ana Rebec, formerly of Citi Group, is to join the firm as executive director. She will be charged with building on the firm’s existing private wealth arm. Rebec is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and the Member of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (MSCI).

The appointments come as ACPI announced an increase in assets of 16% in private wealth management and 14% in fixed income during 2012.

Brett Lankester, co-chief executive officer at ACPI Investment Managers, said: “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."