CALABRO JOINS NAPLES-BASED ANDREW HILL INVESTMENT ADVISORS INC. AS INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE

DATE:            March 20, 2014

CONTACT:  Andrew D.W. Hill, CFA

 

NAPLES, FL. – Andrew Hill Investment Advisors, Inc. (AHIA) today announced that Annalin Calabro has joined the Naples-based investment advisory firm as Investment Management Associate. In this newly created position, Calabro will be responsible for a number of administrative functions as well as assisting clients with their account needs.

 

Prior to joining AHIA, Calabro was a Private Banking Associate with Gibraltar Private Bank & Trust in Naples. Before that, she was a bank teller with Wells Fargo Bank. She is currently enrolled at Hodges University where she is studying Business Administration.

 

“We are delighted to add Annalin to our team,” said Andrew D.W Hill, Co-Founder and President of AHIA. “She brings the professional experience necessary to maintain the continued growth of our firm and the exceptional interpersonal and team building skills needed for building rapport with our diverse range of clients, managers and colleagues.”

 

Andrew Hill Investment Advisors, Inc. (AHIA) is an investment advisory firm registered with the State of Florida and manages funds for individuals, trusts, small business pension plans and captive insurance companies. AHIA is boutique firm providing highly personalized investment management and financial concierge services for its clients. Fidelity Institutional Wealth Services is the primary custodian of client assets.

 

For additional information on Andrew Hill Investment Advisers, including the firm’s ADV filing, visit www.ResponsibleAdvisors.com or call 239-777-3129 or 239-777-3188.

 

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