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WhatsApp TAGS Twitter Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – January 26, 2021 Pinterest MEMPHIS, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan 26, 2021– Principal Street Partners, the $1.6B asset manager with a focus on municipal bond investment opportunities, has announced the addition of Troy Willis as the firm’s Chief Investment Officer of Municipal Bond Strategies. Mr. Willis is a seasoned industry veteran having managed $26B in assets in his previous role as co-head of the OppenheimerFunds Rochester Municipal Bond Team, where for nearly 20 years he and his team delivered top decile weighted average performance and top yielding Municipal Bond Funds. Mr. Willis left Oppenheimer/Rochester in 2020, shortly after it was purchased by Invesco. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210126005864/en/ Troy Willis, Principal Street Partners Chief Investment Officer, Municipal Strategies (Photo: Business Wire) Principal Street’s fixed income strategies include High Income Municipal Bond, Short Duration Municipal Bond, and Distressed Municipal Bond. In his new role, Mr. Willis will collaborate on investment implementation and research for all strategies, as well as chair the Principal Street investment committee. From his decades of experience, Mr. Willis brings a unique, institutional perspective to the firm. “Principal Street represents the opportunity to get back to results-oriented, client-focused investing. I look forward to building and growing upon the solid foundation already in place at Principal Street Partners,” says Mr. Willis. “Principal Street’s unique focus on income-oriented fixed income solutions helps create an added layer of diversification for investors. Troy’s new role as Chief Investment Officer of Municipal Bond Strategies will ensure a cohesive, process-driven investment offering,” says James West, CEO of Principal Street. “His track record at Oppenheimer/Rochester speaks for his investment acumen and experience, and we are excited to welcome him to the team.” About Principal Street Partners Based in Memphis, TN, Principal Street Partners is a $1.6 Billion asset manager and SEC-registered, investment advisor with additional offices Boston, MA, Pocatello, ID, Rochester, NY and Englewood, NJ. Founded in 2016, the firm focuses on innovative investment strategies with an emphasis on disciplined investing approach focused on capital preservation. More information can be found at www.principalstreet.com or by calling 844.678.6900. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210126005864/en/ CONTACT: Rosemary B. Denney Wealth Matters Consulting 561-379-7673 [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA TENNESSEE INDUSTRY KEYWORD: FINANCE CONSULTING BANKING ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SOURCE: Principal Street Partners Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 01/26/2021 11:45 AM/DISC: 01/26/2021 11:45 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210126005864/en Former OppenheimerFunds Rochester Head Joins Principal Street as Chief Investment Officer of Municipal Strategies Twitter Local NewsBusiness Facebook Previous articleGlobal Orthodontic and Orthopedic Market (2020 to 2025) – Players Include 3M, Align Technology and American Orthodontics Among Others – ResearchAndMarkets.comNext articleJudge OKs Weinstein bankruptcy plan with $17M for victims Digital AIM Web Support WhatsApp Pinterest
Story Highlights Speaking at the ceremony to break ground for the project on Thursday (October 18), Minister of Health, Dr. the Hon. Christopher Tufton, said the facility was recently renovated at a cost of J$23 million and the support from Push Start will double the bed capacity. The Chapelton Community Hospital in Clarendon is set to benefit from major expansion and upgrade at a cost of US$1 million. The Chapelton Community Hospital in Clarendon is set to benefit from major expansion and upgrade at a cost of US$1 million.Push Start Foundation, a United States-based entity headed by Clarendon native, Beverly Nichols, is providing the funds to undertake the project.This includes a new minor operating theatre; expanded waiting and records areas; improved bathroom facilities for men, women, patients and staff; new laboratory to improve diagnostic services; improved parking area and water storage facility; and new electrical and plumbing works.Four additional doctors’ offices will be built and a second ward to accommodate 15 beds, bringing the total number of bed spaces to 30.Speaking at the ceremony to break ground for the project on Thursday (October 18), Minister of Health, Dr. the Hon. Christopher Tufton, said the facility was recently renovated at a cost of J$23 million and the support from Push Start will double the bed capacity.He lauded the partnership with the diaspora organisation to improve healthcare for residents of Chapelton and surrounding areas, noting that “this is a formula for success going forward”.“We are very grateful… . It epitomises a formula that is the right (one) to develop and expand healthcare,” he added.Ms. Nichols, in her remarks, said she was moved to assist after seeing the needs at the hospital. “Healthcare is not a luxury; it is a basic necessity,” she noted.Ms. Nichols was recently conferred with the Order of Distinction (OD) in the rank of Officer, for outstanding contribution to the Jamaican diaspora in New York, adding to the Badge of Honour for Meritorious Service she received in 2011, for contribution to community development and healthcare.Member of Parliament for North Central Clarendon, Hon. Pearnel Charles, and Chairman of the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA), Wayne Chen, welcomed the development of the hospital. Member of Parliament for North Central Clarendon, Hon. Pearnel Charles, and Chairman of the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA), Wayne Chen, welcomed the development of the hospital.