A Banking, Municipal Trading and Sales, and Asset Management Firm Grows in the Northwest
The Seattle-Northwest Securities Corporation (SNW) and its wholly-owned subsidiary SNW Asset Management today announced 4 new hires in San Francisco and Seattle and has openings in Fixed Income sales and Investment Management in Seattle and Public Finance in Salt Lake City.
As part of its commitment to public finance and expanding its presence in California, SNW has hired Alejandro Caminos as Vice President to start its San Francisco office. He comes to SNW with extensive experience in the municipal sector and has worked at Kelling, Northcross & Nobriga and DEPFA Bank covering California issuers.
In Seattle, Dirk Huenink, Vice President and Andy Schmidt, Municipal Trading Associate, have joined the SNW Municipal Trading and Sales team. Mr. Huenink brings with him 14 years of fixed-income experience in trading and portfolio management; most recently in sales at Vining Sparks. Mr. Schmidt comes to SNW with seven years of industry experience at Financial Services International Corporation, where he focused on compliance, operations and technology.
Also in Seattle -- Mark Baker joins SNW Asset Management as Vice President of Sales and Client Services. Mr. Baker has over 16 years of leading sales, recruiting, training, motivating and sales management of both domestic and global teams, most recently from Cisco Systems.
SNW is a west coast based broker-dealer with national expertise. The firm is committed to meeting the capital funding needs of municipalities, and the investment needs of municipalities, institutions, corporations and individuals.
A broker-dealer focused on the fixed income market for over 40 years, SNW specializes in investment banking and financial advisory services, tax-exempt and taxable underwriting, and trading and sales of fixed income securities.
The firm also provides fixed income asset management services through a wholly-owned subsidiary, SNW Asset Management. SNW is an employee-owned firm, with offices in Seattle, Salt Lake City, Portland, Boise and Los Angeles. For more information about SNW go to www.snwsc.com.