Homrich Berg has hired one of its former financial advisors as its chief operating officer after he obtained his MBA and worked at a management consultancy, according to news reports.
Kyle Glenn first worked at Atlanta-based Homrich Berg as a financial advisor from 2008 to 2013, the Atlanta Business Chronicle writes. He then completed his MBA at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and had a stint with Bain & Company, managing the consulting firm’s Atlanta office, according to the publication.
In his new role at Homrich Berg, Glenn will oversee the firm’s core operations, management and technology, the Atlanta Business Chronicle writes.
"I started my career at HB because of my belief in the firm and its focus on fiduciary, fee-only comprehensive wealth management services for their clients," Glenn says in a statement cited by the publication. "As HB wraps up celebrating its 30th anniversary, I am excited about the opportunity to rejoin the Homrich Berg team and be part of the next 30 years of the HB success story."
In January, Homrich Berg hired Thomas Carroll from SunTrust Bank as its new president, the Atlanta Business Chronicle writes. And in November, the company merged with Sandy Springs, Ga.-based Cedar Rowe Partners, according to the publication.
Homrich Berg oversees more than $6 billion for more than 1,800 families around the country, making it the ninth largest advisory and financial planning firm in Atlanta, the Atlanta Business Chronicle writes.