DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun. 3, 2016--
Ascent Private Capital Management of U.S. Bank has named John Zimmerman,
CFA, as regional managing director of its Denver office. Zimmerman, who
most recently served as president of Denver Investments, will join
Ascent’s Denver team on June 14.
Zimmerman will lead Ascent’s team of professionals in Denver, who work
with families with an average net worth of more than $440 million.
“John’s extensive financial services and wealth management experience
make him the ideal fit to lead our Denver team,” said Michael Cole,
president of Ascent. “Our clients expect a high-touch experience in all
of the services Ascent offers, and John is exactly the type of leader
who can deliver on those expectations.”
In his previous role as president of Denver Investments, Zimmerman was
responsible for the overall strategic direction of the firm, which has
approximately $8 billion in assets under management. Prior to that role,
he served as managing director of Northern Lights Capital Group, which
provides capital and strategic resources to boutiques in the asset
management industry. He also held executive leadership positions with
Janus Capital Group and Bank of America Capital Management.
“I have had a rewarding and varied career, and the opportunity to join a
progressive and growth-oriented firm like Ascent, where I can use my
experience and talents to help families protect and enhance their
wealth, is tremendously exciting. The reputation, credibility, and deep
commitment of Ascent to provide holistic wealth management services to
clients truly sets this organization apart. I could not be more thrilled
to be joining the team,” Zimmerman said.
Reflecting Ascent’s values, Zimmerman also has a strong commitment to
the Denver philanthropic community. He serves on the executive board of
the Boy Scouts of America, Denver Area Council, and is a member of the
Catholic Foundation of Northern Colorado's Board of Trustees and chairs
its investment committee. He is also board chair for Seeds of Hope
Charitable Trust, and sits on the executive boards of Vital for Colorado
and Von’s Vision.
Zimmerman, who is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), earned a
bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Missouri, and an
MBA from St. Louis University. He and his wife reside in Lone Tree,
Colo., with their three children.
About Ascent Private Capital Management
Capital Management serves individuals and multigenerational families
with significant resources who aspire to make an impact with their
wealth. Clients can expect highly personalized advisory services that
combine traditional wealth planning offerings with cutting-edge wealth
impact planning and communication tools. For more information, visit ascent.usbank.com.
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Source: Ascent Private Capital Management of U.S. Bank
Michael Walsh, 612-303-9122
President of Public Relations