NORTHAMPTON–Corina Belle-Isle of Northampton has joined Gage-Wiley & Co., Inc. in a dual role, serving as a financial advisor and also holding a new position the investment firm recently created, director of business development.
In her leadership position, Belle-Isle will work with President Christopher B. Milne to set firm and wide objectives and identify methods to reach these goals. She also will have a responsibility to develop, coordinate and implement plans designed to increase existing business and capture new opportunities.
“Creating this new leadership position represents one more incremental step in our long-term goal of advancing Gage-Wiley as a comprehensive boutique wealth management firm, and ensuring we are well positioned to support the growing and complex needs of our clients,” Milne said.
Belle-Isle’s background is varied and strong, and includes experience in financial services, real estate, corporate sales and marketing, small business ownership and nonprofit development. Rounding out Belle-Isle’s business knowledge and experience are her creative pursuits; last year, she served as the principal and curator of the Quinn Marin Gallery Project in Rockport.
“The common thread among all her experiences is a demonstrated success in business development and building strong relationships,” Milne said.
Gage Wiley & Co. Inc. is an independent, family-owned, boutique firm serving the investment needs of individuals, fiduciaries, nonprofits, institutions and small businesses, primarily in the New England area and throughout the country. It has operated as an independent broker-dealer firm since 1933 and also has offices in Plymouth.
New England Capital is an affiliated registered investment advisor with Gage-Wiley, established in 1994.