03 Jun Alpine Private Capital Personnel Changes
After a 19-year career of not only delivering the Alpine Way (a level of exceptional service and care to our clients) but also creating and building the Alpine Way, Kris Cervera will be retiring from the Alpine Private Capital in her position as Chief Operating Officer. Kris was the first employee of Alpine Investment Management, the predecessor entity to Alpine Private Capital, having joined the firm in 2001 shortly after its inception. Kris’ tireless efforts, diligence and dedication to our team and our clients were a critical component of the overall company’s growth from virtually zero dollars under management to its current level of over $3 billion. As the firm grew, Kris was instrumental in building out not only Alpine’s client service offering but was also the architect of the complex operational function that served dozens of partners and custodians and thousands of clients. Without Kris’ contributions, Alpine would not be where it is today.
As Kris enters this new phase of her life, we wish to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to her for everything she has done over the past 19 years for the Alpine team and our most valuable asset, our Alpine clients.
Given her deep knowledge of the company and the investment and wealth management industries, Kris will remain as Operations and Client Engagement Consultant to the firm.
Alpine Private Capital is also pleased to announce that Meaghan McIntyre, a 10-year veteran of the firm, has been promoted to Vice President of Client Administration. Meaghan previously served as Senior Private Client Associate and has been a key member of the Alpine team serving our high net worth individuals and families. In Meaghan’s new role, she will continue working to ensure our clients experience the Alpine Way. Additionally, as Vice President of Client Administration, Meaghan will oversee all functions and personnel related to delivering the Alpine Way while also serving as a member of the management team.