President and CEO
Jeffrey A. Iannone has nearly 30 years of experience in the financial services industry. He joined SunTrust Bank in 1991 and later moved to Bank of America as an Assistant Vice President. In 1998 he founded Iannone & Associates, Inc., an investment advisory and tax preparation/planning firm where he served as President until transitioning to fee-based asset management in 2001. In 2003, along with two partners, he formed Ables, Iannone, Moore & Associates, Inc. where he serves as President and Chief Executive officer. Iannone holds the Series 65 license through Ables, Iannone, Moore & Associates.
Iannone graduated from Auburn University with a B.S. in Finance and subsequently obtained a Master of Science degree in Personal Financial Planning from Georgia State University. He has served as Chairman of the Finance Committee and Secretary/Treasurer of the Board of Directors for Benedictine Military School in Savannah, GA. Mr. Iannone also served on the Board for Coastal Victims Assistance Services a group that supports victims of tragedies such as fires or other disasters. Iannone has also spent years as a volunteer and coach for youth sports programs with the City of Savannah, Chatham County, and Blessed Sacrament Catholic School. He founded the Blessed Sacrament School Booster Club. He was named the 2006 Coach of the Year by the Coastal Georgia Soccer Association.
In 2007, Iannone was named one of the Savannah Business Report & Journal's 40 under 40, a listing of Savannah's influential young business leaders. Mr. Iannone was the 2009 recipient of the Colonel Koszewski Award presented by Benedictine Military School. Mr. Iannone is the youngest ever to receive this award, the school's highest honor, which recognizes an alum for volunteer service to the school.
Senior Vice President of Operations
Terri Moore serves as Senior Vice President at Ables, Iannone, Moore & Associates., Inc.. She is also the company's Chief Compliance Officer and Chief Operations Officer. Moore brings over 25 years in operations management, with over 20 years experience in the securities industry. Her focus at the company is to coordinate the administration, technology, compliance and client service aspects of the firm.
David Haverstick serves as Vice President at Ables, Iannone, Moore & Associates, Inc. He joined the firm in 2016, serving as a Financial Advisor. David began his financial career in 2011 with a national firm specializing in retirement plans for non-profit organizations. He later moved to a regional bank where he worked as an advisor in the wealth management division focusing on investment management for individuals and organizations.
David attended Bethel University, Ind. where he was a two-sport athlete earning All-American honors on the basketball floor as well as being a 16th round selection by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 1997 MLB Draft. He earned his Master of Arts degree in Management from Dallas Baptist University and holds the Series 66 license through Ables, Iannone, Moore & Associates.
Outside of the office, you will find David enjoying all things sports, the outdoors or working with youth baseball players and teams in the local community.
J. Quinton Ables
J. Quinton Ables began his financial career in 1970 as Assistant Vice President and Operations Officer with the First National Bank of Atlanta. In 1978 he moved to Beaufort, South Carolina where he served as Vice President, Corporate Secretary and Chief Operations Officer for First Carolina Bank, later joining the Bank of Beaufort as Vice President, overseeing the operations of the Hilton Head offices.
Ables began his career in Investment Management in 1986. Over the years, Ables has presided over management of assets for an assortment of clients including indivduals, trusts, retirement plans and institutions. In 2003, Ables co-founded Ables, Iannone, Moore and Associates, Inc. where he served as Chairman through 2015. Starting in 2016, Ables shifted his role with the firm to focus on marketing and business development.
Ables has served in many civic organizations over the span of the last 42 years including his role as past Chairman of the Beaufort County Economic Development Board. During his tenure as Chairman, he was recognized by the Governor of South Carolina for his achievements and was awarded the South Carolina Ambassadors for Economic Development designation.
Most recently, Ables served on the board for Bluffton-Hilton Head Meals on Wheels, and he served on the investment policy committee with that organization in the past. He is a graduate of Middle Georgia College and the Louisiana State University Banking School of the South.