Dana Tiedt Senior Operations Manager & Fixed Income Analyst Los Angeles, CA
“The most enjoyable aspect of my job is the interaction I have with clients, some of whom I have known for over 20 years. Through the years, these clients have continued to trust our investment process throughout the markets ups and downs”
Dana Tiedt serves as a Senior Operations Manager and Fixed Income Analyst in the firm’s L.A office. Focusing on quality, Dana is a trusted analyst who would not make recommendations for clients' portfolios that she would not make for her own.
Dana has spent most of her career in investment operations at firms including CMB Investment Counselors, The Capital Group and Laurel Grove Capital. Her additional investment experience includes the analysis and trading of fixed income securities. Dana has also previously served as a Chief Compliance Officer and Chief Financial Officer. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from Lawrence University.
As a transplanted Midwesterner, Dana enjoys L.A.’s beach bike paths and farmers markets year round.
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