Insigneo announced the appointment of Verónica López-López as Managing Director in Miami.
Before joining Insigneo, López-López served as Executive Director at Morgan Stanley for 14 years, where she cultivated her expertise in wealth management and client relationship building.
López-López brings a wealth of experience and a distinguished career to her new role as a Managing Director at Insigneo. With a professional journey that spans over three decades, she has gathered vast knowledge of the financial industry.
Her financial career commenced in 1988 at The Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi (MUFG) in Japan. Subsequently, she ventured into the Japanese Chamber of Trade and Investments in Venezuela. Her international experience includes working in Corporate Finance as well as serving in private banking and wealth management divisions at Citibank, Merrill Lynch International, and UBS International, across cities such as Miami, New York, and Caracas.
“Veronica’s expertise in providing wealth management services to high-net-worth individuals, families, and corporations is extremely well-rounded,” said Jose Salazar, Market Head for Insigneo. “Her years of experience combined with her intellectual and social capital have allowed her to build close and enduring relationships with her clients, making informed decisions jointly with them. We are very excited to have someone of Veronica’s caliber as part of the Insigneo team of Financial Advisors.”
“I am thrilled to embark on this exciting journey with Insigneo alongside a new team and associates. I look forward to contributing my knowledge and experience to provide our clients with exceptional financial advisory services, leveraging my deep-rooted relationships with clients to help them make informed decisions about their financial futures with the open and flexible architecture of Insigneo and their world-class custodians,” expressed Verónica López-López, Managing Director at Insigneo.
Lopez-Lopez’s appointment comes amid the departure of many financial advisors from Morgan Stanley after the wirehouse announced significant changes for accounts in several Latin American countries.
Among the firms that have added more advisors are Bolton, Insigneo, Raymond James and UBS.