INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Sheaff Brock announces the addition of two members to its experienced team of registered investment advisors.
Tom Kaiser joins Sheaff Brock as a Research Analyst, assisting with asset allocation and selection for the company's investment portfolios, and John Gruber expands the capabilities of Sheaff Brock's Operations Team by joining the firm in the role of Operations Manager.
Kaiser's prior experience includes investment research and analysis for 40|86 Advisors in Carmel, Indiana, covering fixed income investments across the credit spectrum. Additional experience includes working with asset-backed investments and assisting with operations at investment firms in Chicago, Illinois.
Gruber most recently served as a Senior Fund Administration Specialist for Touchstone Investments in Cincinnati, Ohio, assisting with day-to-day operational issues for sub-advisors and vendors. Previous experience includes analysis of investment portfolios and calculating investment returns at Great American Insurance. His background also includes involvement with mutual funds and marketing consulting, databases, processes, and analysis and reporting.
"Adding Tom Kaiser and John Gruber to the team enhances the depth of our investment and operations departments," said Ron Brock, Sheaff Brock Managing Director and co-founder. "Tom's research and analysis skills strengthen our data-driven approach to investing decisions, while John's operations expertise will support the work of our entire investment team."
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