Griffin Institutional Access Credit Fund and Griffin Institutional Access Real Estate Fund, two interval funds sponsored by Griffin Capital Company, have named Ryan Del Giudice as their new chief compliance officer, replacing Jay Haas Jr., according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Del Giudice, who joined Griffin Capital as CCO in November 2017, will serve in the same capacity at the funds’ investment advisers. Griffin Capital Advisor is the adviser for Griffin Institutional Access Real Estate Fund, and Griffin Capital Credit Advisor is the adviser for Griffin Institutional Access Credit Fund.
Del Giudice spent nearly seven years at Cipperman Compliance Services LLC, a provider of outsourced regulatory compliance services for mutual funds, hedge funds, private equity firms, broker-dealers, and money managers.
While at Clipperman, he was promoted to vice president and acted as CCO for various registered advisers and registered funds, performing compliance testing, conducting annual reviews, and assisting in SEC exams, and developing compliance programs, among other duties. Del Giudice started his career as a regulatory administration associate at BNY Mellon in the Greater Philadelphia area.
Del Giudice holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration – finance from Saint Joseph’s University.
Griffin Institutional Access Credit Fund is an actively managed, diversified portfolio of credit instruments, which may include bank loans, high-yield bonds, structured credit, middle-market direct lending, and non-performing loans. The fund began reporting on NASDAQ in April 2017.
Griffin Institutional Access Real Estate Fund is an actively-managed portfolio of private real estate funds and public real estate securities, diversified by property type and geography. The fund began reporting on NASDAQ on June 30, 2014 and recently surpassed $2 billion in assets under management.