Sunday, 31 August 2014
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Sep 14 2009 | 11:57am ET
IndexIQ, which develops index-based alternative investment solutions, has named Anthony Wilson as vice president and regional director of sales for the Western region.
Before joining IndexIQ, Wilson spent nine years as a director and principal in the private client group at Turner Investment Partners, where he was responsible for managing and developing business relationships with registered independent advisors, wirehouse consultants, multi-family offices, regional consultants and bank trust departments. Prior to that, Wilson held senior sales positions at several investment firms, including Pacific Income Advisors and Jurika & Voyles.
“Anthony brings great experience in communicating the value of unique financial products to the RIA, Financial Advisors, and Family Office marketplaces,” said Anthony Davidow, executive vice president and head of distribution at IndexIQ. “His addition to the team further strengthens our presence in the Western region. We look forward to his contributions as we continue to penetrate the market, and continue to introduce unique and innovative alternative investment products.”
IndexIQ is the sponsor of index-based alternative investment products, including the first hedge fund replication Exchange-Traded Fund, the IQ Hedge Multi-Strategy Tracker ETF (NYSE Arca: QAI); the first Macro and Emerging Markets hedge fund replication ETF, the IQ Hedge Macro Tracker ETF (NYSE: MCRO); and the first open-end, no-load hedge fund replication mutual fund, the IQ ALPHA Hedge Strategy Fund (IQHIX – Institutional Share Class, and IQHOX – Investor Share Class).
IndexIQ products are designed to be liquid, transparent, tax efficient, and accessible to a broad range of investors.
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