Zions' Contango Hiring and Thinking of Acquiring

Ackermann, Matt
August 2007
American Banker;8/17/2007, Vol. 172 Issue 159, p9
Trade Publication
The author reports that as of August 2007 Contango Capital Advisors Inc. has $1.2 billion in assets under management. This is an increase from $150 million in assets it had in February 2006. Contango Capital has 23 advisors in the banks of its parent company, Zions Bancorp. One way in which Contango Capital's assets have grown is through the wealth management assets of Zion's commercial business owners.


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