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Rockefeller Capital Management appoints MD in Global Family Office


Rockefeller Capital Management has appointed Brian Cuneo as a Managing Director in the Rockefeller Global Family Office. Cuneo was previously a Senior Vice President in the Ayco Family Office, a Goldman Sachs Company.

“Brian has spent his career providing some of the most successful business leaders and their families with trusted advice ranging from tax and estate planning to investments, insurance and executive compensation,” says Gregory J Fleming, President & CEO of Rockefeller Capital Management. “His experience in advising clients and managing teams of professionals will be invaluable to the Rockefeller Global Family Office as we continue to enhance our capabilities and service offerings.”

Prior to joining Rockefeller, Cuneo spent more than 22 years at Ayco where he led a team that delivered advisory services to current and former Fortune 500 CEOs, private equity professionals, entrepreneurs and other high-net-worth families. Prior to that, he ran corporate relationship management where he led firm-wide integration to strategic Ayco clients. Previously, he was Region Head of the Ayco Family Office.

Cuneo is the latest senior addition to the Rockefeller team since the firm was relaunched in March. Rockefeller Capital Management is expanding its capabilities to serve ultra- and high-net-worth clients while providing the same level of personal service that has served wealthy families, including the Rockefellers since 1882.

Cuneo is based in Saratoga Springs, NY, where Rockefeller Capital Management will establish a new office. He has a JD from Albany Law School of Union University and an undergraduate degree from the University at Albany.

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