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Dividend Assets Capital appoints head of institutional sales


Independent financial advisory firm Dividend Assets Capital (DAC) has expanded its asset management services with the appointment of Bill Ford, CFP, as head of institutional sales.

Ford’s area of expertise includes traditional and alternative investment management, asset allocation, retirement plan and insurance solutions. As DAC’s new Managing Director, he will be responsible for initiating and managing strategic business alliances with financial intermediaries and institutions. DAC specialises in dividend growth and income investment strategies for individual and institutional client portfolios. The firm also serves as a sub-advisor to institutions and advisors.
“We continue to invest in our asset management capabilities by hiring what we view as top talent in the industry,” says Tony Ghoston, DAC’s president and Chief Operating Officer. “Bill is known for providing thoughtful advice and building long-term client relationships.”
Ford’s 20-year background in the financial services industry includes most recently serving as Vice President of strategic accounts for The Arboretum Group, an alternative investment firm specialising in private credit programs. He also has overseen and managed business development efforts for American Century Investments, Guardian Investor Services, MetLife and Putnam Investments. Ford has a bachelor’s degree with a concentration in business administration from the University of New Hampshire and is a Certified Financial Planner professional.

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