Last updated: 06:41 / Thursday, 15 July 2021
Managing 800 Million Dollars

Isadora Del Llano, Yzana Oestreicher, María Elena García and Nilia Gasson Join Insigneo from Wells Fargo

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  • They all serve as Managing Director at Green Grove WM and manage over 800 million dollars in assets for clients in the US, the Caribbean, South America, Central America and Europe
  • Del Llano joins Insigneo after 21 years at Wells Fargo Advisors, and Oestreicher, with 26 years of experience in the financial services industry
  • García is a 45-year veteran who started her career at Chase Banking International, and then spent 30 years at Wells Fargo Advisors
  • Gasson has served 40 years in the industry as a Financial Advisor, 30 of them at Wells Fargo Advisors and its predecessor firms

The independent investment advisory firm Insigneo has announced the incorporation of a new team of four financial advisors who formed Green Grove Wealth Management. This group of women is comprised of Isadora "Sisi" Del Llano, Yzana Oestreicher, Maria Elena Garcia, and Nilia Gasson, who represent for the company "decades of dynamic international financial experience serving high net worth clients".

They all serve as Managing Director at Green Grove WM and together they manage over 800 million dollars in assets catering to clients in the United States, the Caribbean, South America, Central America, and Europe.

“We are thrilled that Sisi, Yzana, Maria Elena and Nilia have joined our family of independent international financial advisors in Miami. They each come to us with decades of experience, and we look forward to supporting them and helping them grow their business,” said Javier Rivero, President and COO of Insigneo.

Del Llano studied at the University of Puerto Rico and joins Insigneo after 21 years at Wells Fargo Advisors and its predecessor firms, Wachovia Securities and First Union Brokerage Services. Before Wells Fargo, she worked at Paine Webber and Dean Witter. Her clientele is high net worth professionals and business owners throughout the U.S., Latin America, the Caribbean, and Europe.

Oestreicher is joining the firm with 26 years of experience in the financial services industry, 24 of them in Wells Fargo Advisors and its predecessor firms. Prior to that she worked at the Prudential Securities & Dean Witter. She services high net worth clients from Latin America and the Caribbean such as Suriname, Venezuela, Trinidad, Aruba, and several others from the Caribbean. She received her bachelor’s degree in International Finance and Marketing from the University of Miami and her master’s degree in International Business from NOVA University.

García is a 45-year veteran in the financial industry. She started her career at Chase Banking International, and then spent the remaining 30 years at Wells Fargo Advisors and its predecessor firms. Maria Elena focuses on servicing high net worth clients from US, Caribbean, Central America, and Europe.

Gasson has been living in Miami since 1965 and has served 40 years in the industry as a Financial Advisor, 30 of them at Wells Fargo Advisors and its predecessor firms. Previously, she worked at Southeast Bank Brokerage Services. She services clients across three different continents including the United States, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Europe.

The Green Grove WM team claimed to be "honored" to be partnering with an "exceptional" firm like Insigneo. "This partnership allows for mutual growth and independence that will benefit all of us, but most importantly our clients. Miami is a premier location for the work we do as it grants us strategic access not only to domestic clients, but also markets in Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe. We look forward to a long and fruitful relationship", they said.

At Insigneo they will leverage the firm’s technology platform, multi-custodian capabilities, robust product offering and open architecture to serve their global client base. The firm has joined the battle to recruit advisors from Wells Fargo's US Offshore business after the wirehouse announced in January that it was exiting its international segment.

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