Richard M. DeMartini
Richard M. DeMartini joined our board of directors at the time of our acquisition from KeyCorp in August 2013. Mr. DeMartini joined Crestview as a partner in 2005. He leads Crestview's financial services strategy. Prior to Crestview, Mr. DeMartini served as President of the Bank of America Asset Management Group from March 2001 until December 2004. At Bank of America, Mr. DeMartini was responsible for all wealth and asset management activities and oversaw approximately $400 billion in AUM. He was also a member of Bank of America's operating committee. Prior to working at Bank of America, Mr. DeMartini served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the international private client group at Morgan Stanley Dean Witter. His 26-year career at Morgan Stanley included roles as President of individual asset management, Co-President of Dean Witter & Company, Inc. and Chairman of Discover Card. He was also a member of the Morgan Stanley management committee. He also currently serves as a director of Fidelis Insurance holdings, PMC Consolidated Holdings, Partners Capital and as a trustee and President of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Mr. DeMartini has served as Chairman of the board of directors of the NASDAQ Stock Market, Vice Chairman of the board of directors of the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. and a director of Capital Bank Financial Corp.
Mr. DeMartini received a Bachelor of Arts from San Diego State University. Mr. DeMartini's qualifications to serve on our board of directors include his in-depth knowledge and operating experience in financial services, particularly in the asset and wealth management sectors, having held senior executive positions at major institutions. In addition, Mr. DeMartini has significant experience as a director on the boards of public and private companies. He provides the board of directors with a valuable perspective on global investment management and capital markets and has extensive experience in assessing value, strategy and risks related to potential acquisitions.