Shareholders Attend Annual Meeting for Sanibel Captiva Holdings, Inc.
Posted on April 8, 2016
Sanibel Captiva Holdings, Inc., held their annual shareholders meeting at The Sanctuary Golf Club in Sanibel, Florida on March 16th. Founder and Chairman, Al Hanser opened with a report on the overall health and growth of the company, which includes more than 300 client relationships across the company, comprising approximately $1.4 billion in assets under management. “Our in-house, local investment and trust administration teams are key differentiators for our clients,” said Hanser, who cited unique examples of client services above and beyond the financial sphere.
Over the last year, the company has directed their efforts to further building the Family Office Services segment of the business, specializing in business liquidity events. The new division is headed by F. Hood Craddock, CPA, whose firm in Winter Haven merged with the Trust Company last May. Additional highlights included a report by Chief Financial Officer Joseph Meek, who pronounced a significant compound annual growth rate of assets under management of 14 percent from 2012 through 2015. Key hires of experienced personnel tripled the employee base over the last year, while strategic appointments benefited clientele and supported the continuing growth of the company. Further, Michael R. Dreyer, CPA was named President of the Tampa Bay operation.
Chief Executive Officer Terence M. Igo closed the meeting with a report on the company’s near-term and long-range goals. Additionally, he reflected on the critical decision several years ago to expand to Naples and Tampa Bay, and the growth advantage it afforded. “At the heart of all this, is people,” Igo said. “Our employees, clients and community combined with our corporate culture is what makes us successful.”