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A.W. Jones Private Advisors adds to team

Monday, April 02, 2018

Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York:

A.W. Jones Private Advisors, a boutique investment advisor within A.W. Jones has hired Eric B. Ingber as managing director and wealth advisor. Ingber is based at A.W. Jones' headquarters in New York City.

Ingber joins the firm from JP Morgan where he was an executive director focused on lending, client relations, and the design and implementation of client investment programs. At A.W Jones Private Advisors he will fulfill many of the same roles.

As Opalesque previously reported, A.W. Jones Private Advisors launched in March and will work with clients on creating custom portfolios with a specialization in alternative investments. The new boutique will build on A.W. Jones' expertise sourcing top-performing managers and will offer access to traditional equity, fixed income, hedge fund, private equity and real-estate strategies. A.W. Jones Private Advisors has also developed a technology platform to support portfolio analysis and manager due diligence.

A.W. Jones Private Advisors will be led by Robert Burch, Chief Investment Officer of A.W. Jones Company and Thomas Haug, President.

In a statement, Haug said that with the addition of Ingber, A.W. Jones Private Advisors will be able to build on its fiduciary services to clients.......................

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