This week in personnel announcements and new hires, Francis Frecentese joined Bessemer Trust, and the Private Client Reserve added Heather Gross and promoted Rachel Ferguson.
Also, Tyler Resh joined First Foundation, and Gina Gurgiolo went to Mercer.
Bessemer Trust Welcomes Frecentese
Bessemer Trust announced that Francis Frecentese has joined its New York office as managing director and director of hedge funds. He will report to Chuck Bryceland, managing director and head of alternative investments.
Prior to joining, Frecentese was global head of hedge fund investments at Lyxor Asset Management. Before Lyxor, he was global head of hedge fund investments at Citi Private Bank (Citigroup). In addition, he was global director of alternative investment research at Graystone Research, an alternatives advisory group within Morgan Stanley, and managed bespoke alternatives portfolios for the firm’s ultra-high net worth clients.
Private Client Reserve Adds Gross, Advances Ferguson
U.S. Bank Wealth Management has announced that Heather Gross has joined the Private Client Reserve in Sacramento and Rachel Ferguson has been named managing director of private banking for the Private Client Reserve in Cincinnati.
Prior to joining, Gross worked as an estate planning and trust administration attorney for Legacy Law Group in Sacramento.