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Robertson Stephens hires two MDs and new CIO


Michael Zaninovich has joined Robertson Stephens Advisors as a managing director and chief investment officer.

Robertson Stephens has also hired Mary Gail Sycamore as a managing director and director of fixed income.
As chief investment officer, Zaninovich will be responsible for leading the Robertson Stephens Investment Committee. He brings over 20 years of experience in investment management to the firm.
Before coming to Robertson Stephens, Zaninovich was a senior vice president and senior investment strategist at Wells Fargo Private Bank, where he was responsible for managing and structuring multi-asset class portfolios for ultra-high net worth clients. Before joining Wells Fargo, he was a partner in two long/short hedge funds and a consultant to a global macro hedge fund.
Sycamore has over 20 years of experience in the investment industry specialising in managing fixed income portfolios for high net worth and institutional clients. As director of fixed income she will be a member of the Robertson Stephens Investment Committee, helping to set overall investment strategy for the firm. Before joining Robertson Stephens, Sycamore was a senior investment manager at Wells Fargo Private Bank as well as a member of the fixed income strategy team. She worked extensively with clients, managing and structuring income oriented portfolios, with an emphasis on tax efficiency.
Joe Piazza, chairman and CEO of Robertson Stephens, says: “Michael will be a strong CIO and leader of our Investment Policy Committee; and Mary Gail will be very important to our firm and our clients given her expertise in fixed income, an important asset class for clients.”

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