Partners Wealth Group appoints Anastassia Juventin to Head of Alternatives for Partners Private
Anastassia Juventin has been appointed to the newly created role of Head of Alternatives for Partners Private. Juventin joins the team headed by Chief Investment Officer Graeme Bibby, with the appointment further bolstering Partners Wealth Group’s investment capability and offering.
Juventin brings over a decade of investment management and family office experience, having previously worked in portfolio management and research roles across AMP Capital, BT Funds Management and Craig Investment Partners in New Zealand.
In her new role, Juventin will lead the Partners Private funds research and due diligence process, while also contributing additional insights across the combined investments functions from her extensive background.
Chief Investment Officer Graeme Bibby said Juventin’s appointment will add depth to our alternative investment due diligence and portfolio management capability, expanding the capability of Partners Private.
“We’re delighted to welcome Anastassia into our team. At Partners Wealth Group, and through Partners Private we are excited to provide major investment opportunities for our clients that are seeking more than the traditional strategic advice and portfolio management they already receive from us. At Partners Private we firmly believe that individual investors deserve better and with our ability to offer institutional and middle market opportunities that clients have never had access to before, our conviction is this will provide superior investment returns for our clients. Anastassia’s experience in this area will help us to bring more of these high-quality institutional grade investments to our clients,” Mr Bibby said.
Juventin said “I am looking forward to working with the Partners Private and broader Partners Wealth Group team to bring access to more private market opportunities to individual investors”.
Since launching in 2021, Partners Private has brought more than 30 wholesale investment opportunities to clients, totalling more than $300m in FUM spanning a range of asset classes including property, private equity, debt, infrastructure and other alternative assets.