Canadian-based asset and wealth supervisor CI Monetary leased a 50,000 square-foot workplace area in midtown Manhattan to consolidate six of the agency’s New York-based registered funding advisor acquisitions. The workplace area, positioned at actual property developer H.J. Kalikow’s 101 Park Avenue, can be totally constructed out and prepared for occupancy in about 9 months, the agency confirmed.
“As CI Monetary continues to execute its strategic priorities and aims, it’s being conscious and considerate about its method to current leases and its future workplace area wants,” a CI Monetary spokesman mentioned. “One easy, strategic synergy for our corporations positioned in Manhattan was to lease a brand new area that might centralize native company companies and operations, together with back-office assist, whereas additionally offering ample workplace and assembly areas for shoppers.”
The brand new workplace will home six New York-based RIAs that the agency acquired during the last couple years, together with Barrett Asset Administration, The Roosevelt Funding Group, Kore Personal Wealth, Bluestein, RegentAtlantic and, most not too long ago, Inverness Counsel. The corporations are all now a part of CI’s non-public wealth enterprise.
CI mentioned the brand new area will assist its operations and future progress and that staff and shoppers can have the facilities to satisfy and work on the “built-in fashionable workplace.”
The New York Publish was the primary to report on the information.
In September 2021, CI introduced plans to launch its U.S. headquarters in Miami, leasing 20,000-square-feet of workplace area within the metropolis’s Bricknell Monetary District. This workplace area will initially home core C-Suite executives and personnel, with plans to develop it as its non-public wealth model evolves.
In November, CI mentioned it nonetheless plans to spin out its U.S. wealth administration enterprise and supply up no less than 20% in an preliminary public providing someday in 2023. The agency has but to file an S-1 with the Securities and Trade Fee.
This week, CI reported a complete $180.6 billion in U.S. wealth administration belongings. The agency’s U.S.-listed inventory is up 12% year-to-date.