SANIBEL — Money management firm Sanibel-Captiva Holdings named former hospital company executive Joseph Meek as its chief financial officer.
Meek is the former vice president and treasurer for Naples-based Health Management Associates. Tennessee-based Community Health Systems acquired HMA and its 71 hospitals earlier this year for $7.6 billion.
Sanibel-Captiva Holdings is parent company of The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company, The Tampa Bay Trust Company, The Naples Trust Company and Suncoast Equity Management. Founded in 2011, the firm manages $1.2 billion in assets. Meek will be responsible for directing the company's financial, accounting, regulatory and compliance functions.
“As our company continues to grow and prosper we are committed to attracting the talent that can support and expand our strategic planning and capital allocation. Joe Meek brings with him these skills and expertise,” says Albert Hanser, founder and co-chairman of Sanibel-Captiva Holdings, in a statement.