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RMB Capital expands asset management team

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Independent advisory firm RMB Capital has expanded its asset management team with the appointment of Krista Rivers, CFP, as director of institutional client services.

“In addition to the 20 per cent growth we’ve had each year, our investment platform has been expanding,” says Dick Burridge, RMB’s CEO and chief investment officer. “We’re able to provide a wider array of customised investment solutions to our clients, and this growth has enabled us to attract top talent in the industry.”

In her role, Rivers will lead RMB Asset Management’s institutional business development and client relationship efforts, raising awareness of the firm’s investment strategies within the institutional community and developing and managing relationships with clients such as foundations, endowments, corporate pension plans, and family offices.

“We spent quite a while searching for the right person to fill this position, and we are thrilled to have Krista on board,” says Christopher Graff, RMB Capital partner and director of asset management. “She brings a wealth of industry experience, and her collaborative spirit and passion for driving growth make her a natural fit for our organisation.”

Prior to joining RMB Capital, Rivers held several leadership roles at Ariel Investments, LLC during her more than 20 years with the organisation. A results-oriented and highly accomplished executive, she most recently held the position of senior vice president, director of institutional client services and marketing, directing sales, marketing, and client service efforts across several channels. A former member of the Executive Advisory Council, Rivers is a member of the Money Management Institute.

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