Zions Wealth Unit Offers Platform to Advisers

Ackermann, Matt
February 2006
American Banker;2/10/2006, Vol. 171 Issue 28, p7
Trade Publication
This article reports on the announcement by Contango Capital Advisors Inc., Zions Bancorp.'s wealth management arm, that it plans to begin outsourcing its investment platform to other companies, potentially including some small banks. Rainier Group Investment Advisory LLC is the first outside company to use Contango's platform. George Feiger of the Zions unit said it would not outsource to large banks but has had discussions with organizations including a small bank and some small trust companies.


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