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Glenmede hires Michael Dellapa

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Opalesque Industry Update - Glenmede, a privately held and independently owned investment and wealth management firm with $40 billion in assets under management, today announced the appointment of Michael Dellapa, CFA, CAIA, as Portfolio Manager and Relationship Manager in Glenmede's Washington, D.C. office. In partnership with advisory, tax and wealth planning colleagues, he is responsible for providing investment advice, asset allocation and ongoing portfolio management for Glenmede's clients. Mr. Dellapa will report to Michael Hickey, Regional Director of Glenmede's Washington, D.C. office.

"We are thrilled to welcome Michael to our team and expand our footprint in the D.C. market," said Michael Hickey. "With over a decade of comprehensive wealth management experience, we're looking forward to harnessing his expertise to provide our clients with best-in-class strategies and counsel to meet their current needs and long-term wealth management objectives."

Mr. Dellapa joins Glenmede from Hawthorn, where he worked closely with wealth strategists and fiduciary advisors to provide investment advice and guidance for high-net worth families as a Senior Investment Advisor. He also brings with him over 15 years of additional experience as a Portfolio Manager and Director of Research for Guggenheim Investments, where he developed and implemented alternative investment strategies for one of the first multi-alternative mutual funds available to retail investors.

Mr. Dellapa received a B.S. from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago. He is a CFA® Charterholder and Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA).

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