Curt Whipple

Adviser/team AUM: $120,000,000

Gross annual production/TTM: $1,200,000

Move Details

Firm leaving Investacorp
Firm joining Kalos Capital
Adviser(s) location

Plymouth, MI

Date November 09, 2012

Latest Moves to Kalos Capital

Adviser(s) Date announced
Steven M. NetzelDecember 02, 2013
Peter Benson, Jonathan S. MaxsonOctober 01, 2013
Fred Baerenz, James Ortlip, David SweatMay 01, 2013

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