Mile-High 361 Capital poaches two sales chiefs from big-foot portfolio-providers
A $1.8-billion AUM Denver boutique asset manager catering to institutions, investment advisors and their clients has lured two sales directors away from gargantuan product providers.
The firm -- 361 Capital LLC -- announced that Jeffrey Hood is now sales director for the Midwest region.
Previously, he worked for Janus Henderson U.S. overseeing distribution of mutual funds, separate accounts and ETFs to RIAs and independent and regional B-Ds in New York and Connecticut.
Hood has also done stints at Wells Fargo Advisors and J.P. Morgan Chase. He has a bachelor’s degree in economics and environmental policy from the College of William and Mary and holds FINRA Series 7 and 63 licenses.
Toller Miller is 361 Capital's new sales director, Southeast region. He joins the firm from Oppenheimer Funds in Denver where he served as senior vice president of advisor consulting covering the Southeast territory and as team leader for the Western United States. See: Why only 10% of elite RIAs are receptive to fund wholesalers yet depend on a handful of good ones.
Miller received a bachelor’s degree in mass communications from Kansas State University. He holds FINRA Series 7 and 63 licenses.
Both men are based in Denver and report to Josh Vail, senior vice president and director of sales. Hood, in fact, relocated from the East Coast to take the position.
The asset manager now has 10 people on its sales team, including six sales directors covering the Northeast, Great Lakes, Midwest, Mountain/South, Southeast, and West Coast regions.
Founded in 2001, 361 Capital is mostly majority owned. It counts Lovell Minnick LLC and Lighthouse Partners LLC as strategic partners. See: Marty Bicknell sells Tortoise stake for '$150 million' with cash already earmarked for four or five RIA purchases.
For other RIA doings in Denver, check out this week's article about Mercer Advisor's HQ move to the Mile High City.