Hall Capital Partners has named John Buoymaster as firm president. He will maintain his role as director of portfolio management, and succeeds John Boneparth, who left to resume his former consulting business.
Hall Capital Partners LLC, an independent investment advisor overseeing approximately $18 billion in global multi-asset class strategies, is pleased to announce the appointment of John W. Buoymaster as president, effective July 1, and four of the firm’s senior professionals to the executive committee, which is responsible for guiding Hall Capital’s business strategy and operations.
Mr. Buoymaster, 57, retains his duties as director of portfolio management and as a member of Hall Capital’s executive committee and board of directors, while assuming his role as president. John F. Boneparth, who previously served as president, departed from the San Francisco-based firm in June to resume his former consulting business.
Also effective July 1, Hall Capital’s executive committee has been expanded to include: Eric E. Alt, managing director, co-director of research, and head of the absolute return group; Sarah E. Stein, managing director, co-director of research, and head of the capital markets group; Richard L. Grand-Jean, managing director and director of business development; and Helane L. Morrison, managing director, general counsel, and chief compliance officer. Previously, Hall Capital’s executive committee consisted of Kathryn A. Hall, CEO and CIO, and Messrs. Boneparth and Buoymaster.
“I’m delighted to announce John Buoymaster’s appointment as president of our firm. He has been a partner and significant contributor to our company for more than 11 years,” said Kathryn A. Hall, chief executive officer and chief investment officer of Hall Capital Partners. “I’m also pleased that Eric Alt, Rick Grand-Jean, Helane Morrison, and Sarah Stein have joined our executive committee. Our company and our clients will benefit from their talents and insights as they assume expanded roles with the company.”
“Under Katie’s leadership, Hall Capital has built a world class investment firm with a distinctive client-centric business model,” said John Buoymaster. “We have continually strengthened our team and expanded our capabilities to meet the increasing challenges of investing across asset classes and geographies. The breadth and strength of our team provide access to strategies, tactics, and managers that will continue to be essential elements of successful investing in the turbulent markets we now face. I’m very proud to have participated in building Hall Capital’s capabilities up to this point, and look forward to continuing that effort in the interest of our present clients, future clients, and employees.”
Mr. Buoymaster joined the firm in 1998 as managing director. Previously, he was a vice president in the San Francisco office of J.P. Morgan & Co., where he advised individuals and families on investment strategy, portfolio structuring and generational planning. Earlier, he was a partner at the San Francisco and Palo Alto law firm of Cooley Godward Castro Huddleson & Tatum, concentrating on estate and tax planning and representation of non-profit organizations.
Since 1994, Hall Capital has served successfully as investment partner to its clients, building and managing customized global portfolios comprised of traditional and alternative investment strategies.
About Hall Capital Partners
Established in 1994, Hall Capital Partners LLC is an independent, SEC-registered investment advisor that builds and manages customized global multi-asset class portfolios for individuals, families, and institutions. Hall Capital Partners oversees approximately $18 billion in traditional and alternative assets for its portfolio management clients and funds of funds investors. The firm employs approximately 120 people in San Francisco and New York. For more information, please visit our website at www.hallcapital.com.