Hall Capital Names New President

Feb 20 2008 | 11:15am ET

New York and San Francisco-based asset management firm Hall Capital Partners has named John Boneparth as president.

Boneparth will join CEO and CIO Kathryn Hall and director of investment advisory services John Buoymaster as a member of the firm's executive committee. He will also serve on Hall Capital's board of directors.

In 2005, Boneparth founded Corinthian Cove Consulting, and prior to that he spent 14 years at Putnam Investments where he held various positions including chief of U.S. institutional sales.

“His nearly 30 years of experience in the investment management industry as well as his extraordinary talent in building and managing investment management firms will be an important contributor to our company's growth and future success,” said Hall.

Hall Capital currently has $22 billion in assets under management in traditional and alternative investment strategies.


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