ALM First has officially acquired the institutional fixed income line of business from Detalus, a 20-year old asset management firm dedicated to providing objective advice. As a result of increased investment activity from ALM First’s more than 300 clients nationwide and the recent acquisition, the firm’s total assets under management now exceed $36 billion.
Former Detalus institutional fixed income clients, which
include several depository institutions and insurance companies, will enjoy a
comprehensive investment advisory solution that now includes investment
accounting, enhanced reporting, additional fixed income specialist and hedging
strategies. These new clients will also have full access to the ongoing
investor education resources the ALM First team provides.
“We’re excited about this latest expansion and look forward to providing new resources and a broader range of solutions to this group of clients,” said Emily Hollis, CFA, CEO of ALM First (right). “As we continue to grow and expand, we believe all of our clients benefit from increased economies of scale and enhanced services.”
“ALM First’s guiding principle of putting clients’ best
interests first and the breadth of asset liability management services they
provide made them an ideal fit for this business line acquisition,” says Steve
Rull, Managing Director & Owner of Detalus. “We’re confident that ALM
First’s team of experts will deliver strong results for our former fixed income
About ALM First
ALM First is a strategic partner for depositories, offering an array of financial advisory services. Since 1995, our expertise in asset/liability management, fixed income portfolio management and hedging, has allowed us to deliver deeper insights into financial institutions’ balance sheets, strengthening their financial performance and building efficiencies. With more than $36 billion of investments under management, ALM First Financial Advisors is an SEC-registered investment advisor, acting as an unbiased third party, offering commission-free, fee-based services to over 300 financial institutions across the country.