Louis Diamond Quoted
By Brooke Southall
Rockefeller Capital Management has hired Anthony Grosso to establish and manage its San Francisco office — the third stanchion of a national build-out.
He joins San Francisco-based Christopher Dupuy and will assume the role of chief operating officer for private wealth management.
The plan is to get the highest level people to make hires to attract the upper crust to the rollup startup, cleaved from the old Rockefeller family offices and asset manager, says Louis Diamond, principal with Diamond Consultants.
“Similar to Michael Outlaw and Chris Dupuy, attracting top and respected managers in key markets is a calculated move to demonstrate that Rockefeller is serious about recruiting the upper echelon of wirehouse teams.”