Alan Rosenfield, Managing Director
Mr. Rosenfield has nearly 30 years’ experience in the securities industry. He is a long-term investor and uses a “GARP” (growth at a reasonable price) investment style. Since 1993 he has been the Chief Investment Officer and Managing Director at Harmony and its predecessor firm. In addition, Mr. Rosenfield served as Manager of the Pacific Advisors Income Fund, a public mutual fund, from 1993-1995 and achieved the #1 ranking in his category by Morningstar. Mr. Rosenfield also co-managed a multi-asset class long only private fund (a “hedge fund”) from 1994-2004, generating a 16.5% net compounded annual rate of return.
Mr. Rosenfield has done extensive public speaking, television, and writing on investment strategies, and has been quoted multiple times by publications including BusinessWeek, Barron’s, Investor’s Business Daily, The Street.com, The Arizona Republic, and USA Today.
Prior to Harmony Mr. Rosenfield managed the high net-worth group at Cantor Fitzgerald & Co., Inc., in New York City, reporting directly to the President Howard Lutnick and CEO Bernie Cantor. Mr. Rosenfield began his career as a Registered Representative at Dean Witter Reynolds in 1983.
Mr. Rosenfield graduated from Washington University of St. Louis with a Bachelor of Science in 1982 and is a member of the CFA Institute and the Phoenix CFA Society. He also serves or has served various civic and charitable organizations including as a member of the Board for the Jewish Community Foundation, Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and ARMDI.
Thomas Rosenfield, Director of Sales & Client Relationship Management
Thomas Rosenfield has spent over 20 years in financial services and private equity. Since 1995 he has held various positions with Harmony and its predecessor firm. A lawyer by training, Mr. Rosenfield focused on securities and tax law in Washington, D.C., before entering the securities industry.
Prior to Harmony Mr. Rosenfield served as the Managing Principal of a Midwest “family office” that owns, manages and has developed over two million square feet of retail, medical and industrial real estate across the United States. Prior to that, Mr. Rosenfield served as the Chief Operating Officer for The Bacon Companies, an award-winning firm responsible for significant real estate developments including The Boulders Resort, The Princess, and Solivita.
Mr. Rosenfield began his career in investments and securities in 1988 with the international Wall Street firm Cantor Fitzgerald. He worked in both the firm’s New York and Los Angeles offices, ultimately directing sales and relationship management activities with state treasury, retirement system and municipal clients – including LASERS, CALSTERS, Texas Retirement System, and the Arizona State Treasury – as well as co-managing a 200-member international bank selling syndicate.
Mr. Rosenfield earned a B.A. in Economics from Haverford College, and a J.D. from Tulane University Law School. He serves or has served on various charitable and civic boards including as a member of the Executive Committee and Vice-Chair of the Sponsorship Committee for the Urban Land Institute, member of the Board of AIPAC (Phoenix), and a member of the Fund Committee for the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix. Mr. Rosenfield has been a Guest Lecturer and Panelist on Real Estate Capital Markets at the ASU Masters of Real Estate (MRED) program and at the Urban Land Institute (ULI).
Wende Feller, Ph.D., Analyst
After a career in academe, where her publications included articles on corporate fraud, financial reporting, social and environmental reporting, and trends in the consumer sector, Dr. Feller followed into the investing industry her convictions that the housing bubble would lead to a bear market, providing unique opportunities for savvy investors.
Dr. Feller is a 1992 graduate of the University of Minnesota.
Additional Investment Team Advisors (New York)
Peter A. Boysen, CFA
Mr. Boysen is a senior Wall Street analyst with more than 40 years of experience. He has a wide range of investment experience with particular emphasis in the technology and capital goods sectors. Currently as a generalist he combines strategy overview with portfolio stock selection.
Mr. Boysen has spent most of his career on the buy side as a Senior Securities Analyst at firms including Mitchell-Hutchins, Lazard Asset Management, and Chase Asset Management.
Mr. Boysen holds a B.S.E. from Princeton University, an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago, and is a CFA.