Monetary advisors Christopher Fineburg and Teresa Armel have left Rockefeller World Household Workplace to hitch Subsequent Capital Administration, a Dynasty Monetary Companions agency, as senior wealth advisor and wealth advisor, respectively.
Fineburg and Armel had been previously with Spearhead Capital, a $1.5 billion boutique wealth administration agency in Wellington, Fla., which was acquired by Rockefeller in June 2022. When Spearhead was acquired, it turned The Bostwick Walters Group inside the Rockefeller World Household Workplace.
The advisors will add to Subsequent Capital’s providers for ultra-high-net-worth shoppers, as Fineburg and Armel convey their expertise with advanced household workplace shoppers. The 2 even have experience in analysis and supervisor choice within the options house.
Previous to the Rockefeller acquisition, Fineburg spent three years as managing director at Spearhead, and previous to that, he was at Greycourt & Co. for 12 years, serving in an identical function. There, he labored with U.S. and offshore shoppers that included establishments, the agency’s discretionary relationships and several other commingled funds.
Armel was a senior vp at Rockefeller and director at Spearhead Capital. Previous to Spearhead, she was at Greycourt for 12 years, most lately as senior affiliate advisor.
“Teresa and I had been extremely impressed with Subsequent Capital’s capabilities throughout various investments, funding reporting and household workplace providers that was equal or superior to corporations many instances their dimension,” Fineburg stated in a press release. “Our purpose was to discover a agency of top-tier folks utilizing greatest at school expertise in order that we may present the no compromise, extremely personalized boutique service that we’ve all the time taken delight in.”
During the last a number of years, Rockefeller has turn into one of the vital sought-after choices for advisors trying to ship concierge-level service to UHNW and HNW shoppers. In April, the agency acquired backing from Canada’s Desmarais household that valued the enterprise at $3 billion. The agency operates 46 places throughout the U.S. and one in London, and as of June 30, it was accountable for $112 billion in consumer belongings throughout its three companies. Final August, the agency laid out a plan to double each its advisor fleet and belongings.