"I love teamwork and camaraderie working towards a common goal. Compliance requires problem-solving and analytical thinking to find solutions to challenges. The sense of purpose, the positive impact, and the continuous growth and learning have kept me in compliance my entire career!"
Ann Shigemura-Hildebrand, the Chief Compliance Officer at Carnegie Investment Counsel, is dedicated to fostering a culture of integrity within the firm. She plays a vital role in ensuring ethical conduct, transparency, and compliance with regulatory requirements. By maintaining high standards of compliance, Ann ensures that clients' interests are protected and their trust in the firm remains steadfast. With extensive experience in compliance, Ann has worked with RIAs, including Western Asset Management and TCW/Crescent Capital, as well as with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Her previous roles include Chief Compliance Officer at AdvicePeriod, LLC and Director, Compliance at Mariner Wealth Advisors. Prior to that, Ann was VP of Compliance at First Pacific Advisors. As Chief Compliance Officer at Carnegie, Ann brings a wealth of expertise to the role. Ann holds a Master of Business Administration in Management from Pepperdine University and a Bachelor of Arts in Finance from California State University, Fullerton. Based in Southern California, Ann and her husband are parents of two grown children. Ann is currently focused on learning foreign languages, including Spanish and Japanese, which has become her latest hobby. In the past, she has indulged in various hobbies such as roller skating, bath bomb making, metal stamping, and e-biking.
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