Due to his many years of experience as a skilled global relations professional in the investment industry, Gareth Henry was chosen to be the Global Managing Head of Investor Relations for the firm Angelo, Gordon and Co., an independently owned hedge fund company that was founded in 1988, and has its headquarters in New York. The business, which is focused on investing in real estate and equity, and in credit management, brought Gareth Henry in because of his proven track record of meeting the needs of clients all over the world. Prior to joining Angelo, Gordon and Co. in 2016, he worked in global relations positions at companies like Fortress Investment Group in both their US and London offices, and he was a Director at another money management firm called Schroders.
Gareth Henry attended Heriot-Watt University between 1997 and 2001 and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Actuarial Mathematics and Statistics, graduating with honors. After college, he worked as a Management Researcher at Watson Wyatt before moving into top investment positions at a number of other companies. When asked about his success as a global executive in the financial industry, he said he feels that client services is a critical part of being able to achieve goals as an international real estate investment manager. He expressed the importance of always being attentive to the individual needs of customers.
While employed at Angelo, Gordon and Co. from January 2016 to February 2018, Gareth Henry helped the company manage around $28 billion in credit, real estate and private equity investments for clients all over the world. The company not only operates in New York, but it also has offices in Europe and Asia, as well as other areas of the U.S. In addition to graduating from Heriot-Watt University, the seasoned global relations executive is also a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries, an advanced institute of higher learning that is based on an applicant’s prior educational accomplishments and work experience that he attended in 2004 in the UK, and a Fellow of Society of Actuaries, which he became a part of in 2007 in the U.S.