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US Bank Wealth Management names Eric Freedman as CIO

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US Bank Wealth Management has named Eric Freedman as its chief investment officer (CIO) to replace previous CIO Tim Leach, who recently retired.

For the past 10 years, Freedman has been CIO, managing director and global market strategist for CAPTRUST Financial Advisors, where he reported to the CEO and was responsible for helping grow the company into one of the largest RIAs in the country, with USD180 billion in assets under management.
 
Prior to that, he was a senior portfolio manager for Franklin Street Partners, and vice president of equity derivatives with Goldman Sachs.
 
“Eric represents everything we were looking for in our next CIO. His drive, deep knowledge of the markets, and commitment to exploring comprehensive investment options on behalf of clients aligns very well with our culture,” says Mark Jordahl, president of US Bank Wealth Management. “We are excited to welcome Eric to our leadership team. Culturally, he is a great fit for US Bank and represents our core values extremely well. I am confident he is the right person to guide us toward our goals and deliver on client expectations.”
 
Freedman will direct US Bank Wealth Management’s asset management group, leading its investment management business strategy and policies.
 
“US Bank has an incredible team-based culture,” Freedman says. “Helping our clients achieve the outcomes they work hard for is a humbling opportunity, and to do so alongside so many dedicated and focused colleagues is a privilege.”

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