Ms. Tannuzzo joined Palisade Capital Management in April 2017 as Managing Director of Finance and Operations. In this role, Ms. Tannuzzo has responsibility for overseeing and managing Palisade’s Operations Department. Ms. Tannuzzo and her team work closely with portfolio managers, custodians, and fund administrators to ensure that all of Palisade’s clients’ needs are satisfied.
Mr. McNeil joined Palisade Capital Management in March 2017 as Senior Vice President of Convertible Securities. In this role, Mr. McNeil has responsibility for security selection for the Firm’s Long Convertible Securities, Short Duration Convertible Bond, and Hedged Convertibles strategies, with a focus on trading and credit.
Ms. Kangos joined Palisade in February 2017. As a Marketing Associate, Ms. Kangos is responsible for completing Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and for developing, preparing, and revising marketing materials. In addition, she works to ensure that Palisade’s data is properly maintained and current in consultant databases.
Mr. Triveline joined Palisade in February 2016 as Vice President of Business Development. In this role, Mr. Triveline’s responsibilities include the development of Palisade’s client relationships, primarily in the Public, Taft Hartley, and Consultant markets.
Palisade Capital Management, a Fort Lee, N.J.-based SEC registered investment advisor with approximately $3.7 billion of assets under management, announced the promotion of William (Bill) W. Lee to Managing Director and Senior Portfolio Manager of the firm’s Convertible Securities group. Mr. Lee joined Palisade’s Convertibles team in 2006, and has served as the Portfolio Manager for the firm’s Long Convertibles and Convertible Arbitrage strategies since 2013. Mr. Lee replaces Elliot B. Stiefel, who left the firm to pursue other opportunities.
Laura Conover-Ferchak joined Palisade in November 2015 as a Vice President of Compliance and is primarily responsible for assisting with the development, enforcement and testing of policies and procedures designed to prevent violations of the Advisers Act by the firm, its employees and other supervised persons.