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Cleary Gull names Brian Andrew president

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Investment banking and wealth management firm Cleary Gull has named Brian Andrew as president.

He will also continue as the firm’s chief investment officer and will join the board of directors of Cleary Gull Holdings Inc.
 
Michael Cleary will remain chairman and chief executive officer and will focus on building and maintain relationships with and serving the firm’s wealth management clients.
 
Cleary says: “The industry experience that Brian brings to Cleary Gull has helped us improve many facets of the business. Brian has implemented an institutional calibre investment process and team approach to deliver the results our clients expect. He has led our firm’s investment in an integrated technology platform and helped us stay positioned as one of the nation’s leading registered investment advisors.”
 
Andrew (pictured) says: “I am honoured to lead Cleary Gull as we continue to serve our investment advisory and investment banking clients. We are committed to growth, to providing the highest quality, customised investment services to our wealth management clients and institutions, and to continue investing in our team that provides investment banking services to businesses and private equity investors. The firm’s investment advisory and investment banking businesses complement each other and we appreciate the balance these two businesses bring to our firm.”
 
Andrew joined Cleary Gull in 2011 as chief investment officer. He has 14 years leading institutional asset management firms and more than 25 years in the financial services industry. Most recently, Andrew was with 1492 Capital. He was formerly president and CIO of Ziegler Asset Management and he also worked at Bank One Investment Advisors and First Bank Systems.

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