Aristotle, an employee-owned investment management organization, managing over $25 billion* in assets under advisement as of February 28, 2019, today announced the promotion of Catalina Llin¡s, CFA to Co-Chief Investment Officer of Aristotle Capital.
Ms. Llin¡s, a long-time member of Aristotle Capitals investment team, will share this leadership role with Howard Gleicher, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer. Gary Lisenbee, who has been serving as both Co-CEO and Co-CIO, will now dedicate his full efforts to his growing Co-Chief Executive Officer responsibilities.
Excited is not superlative enough to convey my enthusiasm for Catalinas expanding role within Aristotle Capital, said Howard Gleicher, CFA. Her dedication to our long-term global approach to investing is tried and truetested (and PASSED) during times of success and adversity. Our process of understanding businesses and the unique characteristics that enable them to sustainably add value, will be furthered by her oversight and leadership within our team. We, as a firm, just like the companies in which we invest, strive to perpetuate our culture of investment-led results. Catalina will be a critical part of such continuing long-term efforts.
I am delighted to see Catalina fully transition into the role of Co-Chief Investment Officer, stated Gary Lisenbee. Catalinas promotion is a natural progression of her increased responsibilities over the years.
It has been an honor working closely with Gary and Howard for most of my career. They have been outstanding mentors and great role models. Their leadership style and commitment to an investment philosophy designed to withstand the test of time, permeates across our organization. In this expanded role, I look forward to furthering Aristotle Capitals client-first, investment-centered culture, said Catalina Llin¡s.
Ms. Llin¡s began working with Messrs. Gleicher and Lisenbee in 2005, as a member of the investment team at their prior firm. She subsequently joined Aristotle Capitals investment team in 2013. Ms. Llin¡s heads the firms Investment Risk Committee, leads the companys sustainability efforts and manages some of the firms largest institutional portfolios. Ms. Llin¡s earned her MBA from Georgetown Universitys McDonough School of Business and her undergraduate degree in Economics from Universidad Europea de Madrid. She is a CFA charterholder. She grew up in Colombia and Spain, and has also lived in Switzerland and France. Ms. Llin¡s is fluent in Spanish, and conversant in French and Italian. She lives in Newport Beach, California with her husband and two children.
With offices in Los Angeles, Newport Beach, Boston and New York, Aristotle is a family of employee-owned investment management firms that, as of February 28, 2019, collectively managed over $25 billion* in assets under advisement across equity and fixed income strategies. Aristotle attracts and retains talented investment professionals through a culture focused on research, investment management and client success.
Aristotles experienced corporate leadership team oversees a centralized support infrastructure to ensure that its distinct teams of investment professionals are able to focus on what they do bestseeking to add value to client portfolios. The companys support infrastructure includes shared services, such as trading, compliance, operations and distribution. Please visit www.aristotlecap.com for more information.
Aristotle Capital Management, LLC, Aristotle Credit Partners, LLC, Aristotle Capital Boston, LLC and Aristotle Atlantic Partners, LLC are affiliated organizations. Each is an independent investment adviser separately registered under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, as amended. Registration does not imply a certain level of skill or training. More information about each adviser, including investment strategies, fees and objectives, can be found in their respective Form ADV Part 2, which is available upon request.
*As of February 28, 2019, the assets under advisement for each Aristotle affiliate was as follows: Aristotle Capital had $17.44 billion of assets under management ($3.27 billion of assets under advisement), Aristotle Boston had $3.71 billion of assets under management ($0.12 billion of assets under advisement), Aristotle Atlantic had $0.07 billion of assets under management ($0.32 billion of assets under advisement) and Aristotle Credit had $0.47 billion of assets under management.