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Igo named CEO of Sanibel Captiva Trust Company

January 21, 2014
Special to the Reporter (sancapnews@breezenewspapers.com) , Island Reporter, Captiva Current, Sanibel-Captiva Islander

The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company announced today that Terence "Terry" M. Igo has been named chief executive officer of The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company, the parent company of the Tampa Bay Trust Company and the Naples Trust Company. Igo will serve as CEO of the organization and also retain his duties as the president of The Tampa Bay Trust Company.

Terry brings his experience with high net worth clients and his history of building the business with founder Albert Hanser since the two met in the fall of 2000. Terry joined the Trust Company at its inception in 2001 and has been instrumental in growing the asset base to over $1 billion in spearheading the successful expansion into Tampa, Naples, and its home office on Sanibel and Captiva islands. He serves as a member of the Asset Management Committee, the Risk Management Committee, and the Strategic Planning Committee.

"Our growth and success in Florida is largely attributable to the hard work and dedication of Terry. His leadership motivates us to always put our clients' needs first, protect our families' wealth, and help them provide for their heirs," said Albert Hanser, Founder and Co-Chairman. "Terry knows our clients extremely well and he knows our company inside and out."

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"There is no better person to take us to the next level of expanded client services and company achievements," said Dick Pyle, newly appointed President of The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company. "We've built the business one relationship at a time. That is a comfortable pace for us and one that benefits the families we serve. We're really a home office for clients in the $2 million to $25 million category. It's old-fashioned, old-school service. Whatever a client needs, we just take care of it."

"This past year we crossed over the $1 billion mark in assets under management," added Board Co-Chairman Chip Lesch. "That puts us in a very unique class among money managers. We can be proud of that and a very successful track record."

 
 

 

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