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Brian Dombkowski joins Sand Hill Advisors as chief investment officer


Sand Hill Advisors, a Palo Alto, California-based wealth management firm, has hired Brian Dombkowski as its chief investment officer.

Dombkowski (pictured) will serve as chairman of Sand Hill’s investment committee and will be responsible for leading the investment philosophy and practices of the firm.

Additionally he will serve as a member of the executive committee.

"When selecting an advisor, our clients demand nothing less than the most sophisticated and strategic investment capabilities," says Jane Williams, president, chief executive and founder of Sand Hill Advisors. "With this in mind, we have built an investment team with expertise across the full spectrum of asset classes to complement our full-service wealth management capabilities. As we embark upon a new year and a new decade, we are delighted to have a seasoned investment professional like Brian leading our investment strategy and as part of the Sand Hill team."

Before joining Sand Hill Advisors, Dombkowski served as co-chief investment officer of Stafford Capital Management, where he contributed to tripling the assets under management during his tenure, and actively managed funds for a client base comprising high net worth individuals, family offices and institutional investors.

Prior to his time with Stafford, Dombkowski spent ten years with RCM Capital Management, a West Coast institutional investment firm.

"Sand Hill stands out among its competitors. Certainly over its 28-year history the firm has established a strong track record, has built a broad platform, and has assembled an outstanding team. But philosophically, I’m most excited about the exceptionally client-centric approach Sand Hill brings to this business," says Dombkowski. "I am looking forward to playing a significant role in the management and growth of the firm and to complementing the platform that Jane and her team have built."

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