Vardi (40) and Amzaleg (37), who previously worked in the economics department at the consulting firm Ernst & Young (EY), joined the Sagi group about two years ago and will replace the outgoing CEO of Subs Constantino, formerly CEO of Barclays in Cyprus. The years will manage the existing investments in the group and will lead business opportunity detection procedures, from the offices of the investment arm in London and Cyprus.
For the past two years, Vardi has served as Chief Investment Officer and Amzaleg has managed the family office’s mergers and acquisitions business. The two led a reorganization process of various companies in the group and expanded the activities of Sagi’s investment arm.
Teddy Sagi is the owner of a $ 5.5 billion real estate and high-tech asset portfolio in the UK, Spain, Germany, Romania and Cyprus. , Available for new investments.
Globe Invest is responsible for managing all of Sagi’s real and financial investments. The team includes professionals from various fields, including analysts, investment managers, accountants, lawyers, technologists, real estate and taxation. Sagi also invests in technology, fintech and e-commerce companies.
Concurrent with this appointment, Sagi has appointed senior legal adviser and director of the group Pierre Atian Lalia, 44, a former Japanese investment bank Nomura and Goldman Sachs, and he will operate in London.