Troy Stratton appointed as Chief Investment Officer
Oak Capital appoints Troy Stratton as Chief Investment Officer charged with growing its Funds Management business
Leading Alternative Non-Bank lender Oak Capital has appointed Mr Troy Stratton as its new Chief Investment Officer in a major sign that the firm intends to continue its rapid growth.
Mr Stratton joins Oak Capital with a wealth of knowledge and experience developed over decades of working throughout the industry both in Australia and within the U.K. Most recently Mr Stratton was the Deputy CIO of La Trobe Financial, being an integral part of the team involved in the recent growth of their Funds Under Management (FUM). Prior to La Trobe, Troy held senior roles at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Barclays Wealth, Barclays Private Bank and HSBC: Retail Bank & Wealth Management.
Mr Stratton stated “I am excited to join Oak Capital and be part of their ambitious growth target. They have a strong leadership team and a well-known brand in the market. Oak Capital are in such a solid position now as a firm and I’m looking forward to guiding them through the next chapter of growth in the Funds Management side of the business”.
Oak Capital CEO Stephen Mitchell said “Troy adds such a weight of experience and professionalism to our firm, “I am incredibly excited to have Troy join Oak and its management team at this time. We have an array of new products we want to roll out later in 2022 and into 2023 across both elements of the business being lending and funds management. Troy’s knowledge and background in funds management ensures he is the right person to steward our investors capital moving forward”.
Oak Capital has recently made some high-profile appointments to the firm as it attacks a controlled yet aggressive growth target over the coming years including the appointment of Mr Craig Mowll and a new Head of Risk & Compliance. Oak will be rolling out new investment products throughout 2023 to its investor bases across both its retail and wholesale mortgage fund offerings to capitalise on the growing market segment.