Zions Wealth Unit Hires Operating Chief

September 2007
American Banker;9/28/2007, Vol. 172 Issue 188, p7
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This article reports that Contango Capital Advisors Inc, Zions Bancorp.'s wealth management arm, has hired Owen Brown as its chief operating officer and chief financial officer. David Magee, the firm's former chief operating officer, was promoted to president of the Berkeley, California, company in June 2007.


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