JAKARTADAILY.ID – Delphos Holdings, a Washington D.C.-based company that offers financial solutions for development companies and projects, announced the appointment of Angela Rodell as Chair of the Delphos International Advisory Board effective immediately.
In a statement sent to JakartaDaily.id on Tuesday, July 12, 2022, Delphos said Rodell has an impressive history as CEO of the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation.
The statement said she has played a key part in securing millions of dollars of investments as well as receiving global recognition as a top 4 of 100 significant, resilient, and impactful asset owners from the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute.
In addition to serving as CEO of the Alaska Permanent Fund, Angela serves as Chair of the Pacific Pension and Investment Institute's Board of Directors, member of the Alaska Community Foundation Investment Advisory Committee, board member of LaunchAlaska, and served as the most recent Chair and Deputy Chair of the International Forum of Sovereign Wealth Funds.
"I feel very privileged to take on the role of Chair of the Delphos International Advisory Board at such an exciting time in the growth of Delphos. In these times of geopolitical tensions and macroeconomic uncertainty, there has never been a greater need to ensure that official and private capital is deployed to where it is needed most," Rodell said in the statement.
"We are delighted to welcome Ms. Rodell to this position. Her experience as a senior executive with a demonstrated history of working in the investment management industry, combined with her proven ability at identifying opportunities, developing partnerships, and lead initiatives, will help build on Delphos' continued 34-year success and deliver an exciting future," said Delphos Chair and CEO Bart Turtelboom.
In a statement, Delphos said the company is approved advisors to AfDB, DFC, IDB Invest, IFC, USAID, US Ex-Im Bank, USTDA, WBG, leading private equity firms, infrastructure developers and strategic investors, and foreign governments and utilities.
In the statement, it said that since 1987, it has arranged more than $20 billion in development finance to support the efforts of over 1,200 companies. Delphos said that it has tapped into the resources of more than 350 government agencies and multilateral organizations worldwide to help their clients.
Delphos said it specializes in raising long-term, competitively-priced capital for corporates, fund managers, developers, SMEs, sovereigns, and entrepreneurs around the world.