Since 2003, Henry has been President and Chief Investment Officer responsible for managing all client accounts. From 1998 to 2003, Henry was CFO and a Director of the University of Virginia Investment Management Company - the entity responsible for managing the University of Virginia's endowment. Prior to that, Henry was COO and Product Development Director for Kidder Peabody Asset Management's structured products group where he was responsible for the formation and maintenance of more than 24 alternative investment companies. He also oversaw a combined $6 billion out of the firm's $26 billion assets under management. After Kidder, Henry established an offshore investment and fund administration company to handle leveraged CDO funds left over from KPAM. He graduated from Manhattan College in 1981.
Since 2003 through July 2016, John has provided portfolio strategy analysis to ELF Capital Management, LLC. He now acts as an external strategic advisor so that he may pursue other interests. John has broad international finance experience, including experience in economic development, privatization and acquisition transactions in lesser developed countries, private equity and other alternative investments. John spent two years with Citibank's international corporate banking group where he worked in New York and Gabon, Africa, and a year with Europa Capital Management in Sophia, Bulgaria. In Bulgaria, John led an acquisitions team investing in newly privatized companies. John completed his undergraduate work at the University of Wisconsin and earned an MBA in Finance at the Darden Graduate School of Business and later worked at the University of Virginia's Investment Management Company where he performed portfolio analysis for the private equity portfolio.