Community Capital Management Announces CEO Transition, New Head of Intermediary and Business Management
Ft. Lauderdale, FL, February 1, 2023: Community Capital Management, LLC (CCM) announced today that Alyssa Greenspan, CFA has been appointed CEO. Greenspan succeeds CCM’s founder Todd Cohen as he transitions into the new role of Executive Chairman. Greenspan has been with CCM since May 2003, joining as a portfolio manager, and moving into the role of chief operating officer in 2009 and president in 2015. She will continue as president with the addition of her new role as CEO.
“Alyssa brings nearly thirty years of experience across multiple business functions and a strong understanding of the asset management industry,” said Cohen. “Her broad investment management background and business development skills will help CCM strengthen advisory and consultant partnerships, develop strategic alliances, and expand the firm’s sales presence.”
“I am eager to lead the firm into the next phase of its growth,” Greenspan said. “We have seen tremendous progress in the impact and ESG investing space over the last few years and as a pioneer in the field, we look forward to expanding our innovative capital market solutions that look to positively impact underserved communities.”
CCM is also excited to announce the hire of Amy Maness as head of intermediary and business management. In this new role, Maness will help broaden CCM’s footprint with intermediary partners, increase the availability of CCM funds and separately managed accounts on platforms, and enhance the firm’s internal infrastructure to grow and expand its distribution efforts.
Maness joins CCM from Verizon Business where she was a senior client executive responsible for tailoring custom solutions through consultative selling and streamlining processes. Prior to that, she was a national accounts senior manager at Impax Asset Management where she worked for 13 years managing key distribution contracts and developing product launch plans.
Cohen added: “As CCM continues to grow, we are fortunate to have Alyssa lead its strategic efforts and excited to have Amy join the firm to leverage her expertise in distribution and marketing. We see tremendous growth in impact investing and look forward to Alyssa and Amy playing an ongoing, catalytic role in the creation, evolution, and expansion of impact investment opportunities.”
Community Capital Management, LLC
Community Capital Management, LLC (CCM) is an investment adviser registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. CCM was founded in 1998 and manages $4 billion in assets. The firm’s mission seeks to deliver superior risk-adjusted returns through investment strategies that contribute to positive environmental and social outcomes. For more information, please visit: www.ccminvests.com.
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