Philadelphia-based discretionary portfolio shop Brinker Capital has bolstered its investment team, promoting two key gatekeepers and hiring a senior strategist.
The firm has hired Tim Holland as senior vice president, global investment strategist and vice chair of the firm’s asset allocation committee.
It has also promoted Amy Magnotta to senior vice president, head of discretionary portfolios and chair of the asset allocation committee. Prior to her promotion, Magnotta was a senior investment manager at Brinker Capital, responsible for its mutual fund program, Destinations, and a member of the asset allocation committee.
Jeff Raupp has been promoted to director of investments and chair of the investment group executive committee. Raupp was previously senior vice president responsible for the portfolio management of the same mutual fund program and chair of the asset allocation committee.
Holland will work closely with senior members of the investment team to develop the firm’s macroeconomic and capital market outlook. He has 15 years of investment experience and worked as a portfolio manager at investment advisor Tamro Capital Partners prior to joining the firm.
In her new role, Magnotta is responsible for all fully discretionary multi-asset class portfolios. She will work with the asset allocation committee members to develop policy on asset allocation structure and positioning.
Raupp leads the investment team and has overall responsibility for investment policy. Holland, Hart and Magnotta will each report directly to Raupp.
‘The addition of Tim, promotions of Amy and Jeff, and development of the committees enables the investment team to collaborate more effectively and drive greater efficiencies,’ said Chuck Widger, founder and executive chairman at Brinker Capital.
The latest round of appointments at Brinker Capital follows the $19.1 billion firm’s appointment of Chris Hart as senior vice president, head of platform manager research and chair of the manager research committee in June 2016.