Teddy Sagi appoints Guy Vardi and Yaniv Amzaleg as CEOs of the investment arm Globe Invest


Teddy Sagi, Guy Vardi and Yaniv Amzaleg (Photo by Yonatan Blum, Twims Studio)

KTeddy Sagi Mud promotes a pair of senior executives, graduates of the consulting firm Ernest & Young (EY) And appoints them co-CEOs of Globe Invest (Globe Invest), The family office that serves as the investment management arm of the Sagi Group worldwide. The new CEOs, Guy Vardi (40) And Yaniv Amzaleg (37) joined the Sagi Group about two years ago and will replace the outgoing CEO Subs Constantino, former CEO of Barclays in Cyprus.

Teddy Sagi is the owner of a $ 5.5 billion real estate and high-tech property portfolio in the UK, Spain, Germany, Romania and Cyprus. Significant in his business and currently a substantial part of his fortune, estimated at $ 4.8 billion according to the latest Forbes rating, liquid and available for new investments.

Globe Invest is responsible for managing all real and financial investments and managing Sagi’s liquid balances. 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.

For the past two years, Guy Vardi has served as Chief Investment Officer and Amzaleg has managed the Family Office 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. Guy Vardi and Yaniv Amzaleg joined Sagi after collaborating for several years in their previous position in the economics department of Ernest Young (EYIn which Vardi served as Head of Real Estate Transactions and Issuances on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), And Amzaleg served as senior manager in the department. As part of their new role, Vardi and Amzaleg will manage the existing investments in the group and lead procedures for locating business opportunities, from the offices of the investment arm in London and Cyprus.

In parallel with this appointment, Sagi strengthens the investment and regulation arm. Pierre Attian Lalia, 44, a graduate of the Japanese investment bank Nomura and Goldman Sachs, Lila, who has extensive experience of over 20 years and will operate in London, has been recruited for the position of senior legal adviser and director of the group.

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