300 North Capital Hires 2 Institutional Sales VPs

Dec 14 2011 | 2:03pm ET

300 North Capital, an institutional investment manager and Old Mutual Asset Management affiliate, has named Brown Windle and Christopher Vassilopoulos as senior vice presidents for institutional sales.

The firm, which specializes in long-only small cap, SMID cap, and mid cap U.S. growth equity and alternative strategies, says the hires support its strategic plan to expand its domestic distribution capabilities.

Windle has over 20 years’ experience in developing distribution networks and spearheading asset growth for institutional asset managers. He has worked in institutional sales at Citbank and Waddell and Reed.
 
Vassilopoulos was previously a principal at Endex Capital Management, where he helped build the firm’s plan sponsor and consultant network. He also served in a variety of senior-level sales and marketing roles at Pioneer Institutional Asset Management and Mellon Trust (now BNY Mellon).

In their new roles, Windle and Vassilopoulos will help 300 North grow its institutional market share for its long-only and alternative strategies; Windle overseeing West Coast sales and Vassilopoulos East Coast sales.
 
"We’ve strengthened our investment processes to create disciplined, consistent products for the long-term mandates of our institutional clients,” said Richard Campagna, CEO and CIO, 300 North Capital, “Our focus is on expanding our distribution capabilities to match the caliber of our investment products, and the wealth of experience coupled with the institutional market knowledge that Brown and Chris bring will underpin those efforts.”
 


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