Middleburg, Virginia Washington Wealth Management, LLC, an RIA, has hired Paul Dietrich, chief executive officer and chief investment officer of Foxhall Capital Management, Inc., as director of global research.
Orange, Connecticut-based Foxhall Capital is an asset manager with private investors, mutual funds and larger private institutional clients nationwide. Dietrich is also the PM of the Foxhall Global Trends Fund.
“Paul Dietrich is a force of nature,” stated Tony Sirianni, chief executive officer and managing partner of Washington Wealth Management. “His broad knowledge and experience will provide our advisers with an important new resource to serve the interests of the entire Washington Wealth Management client base."
Paul Dietrich Joins Washington Wealth Management
as Director of Global Research
Industry Veteran Brings Expanded Global Outlook and Management Experience to the Firm
Washington Wealth Management, LLC, announced today that Paul Dietrich, CEO and chief investment officer of Foxhall Capital Management, Inc., has
joined the firm as director of global research.
“Paul Dietrich is a force of nature,” said Tony Sirianni, CEO and managing partner of HYPERLINK "http://washwm.com/"Washington Wealth Management. “He brings extraordinary credentials and investment acumen to the table. His broad knowledge and experience will provide our advisers with an important new resource to serve the interests of the entire Washington Wealth Management client base. Paul brings with him strong money management capabilities and an understanding of independent, open-architecture firms, which is rare in the industry."
Washington Wealth Management is a fast-growing, independent, SEC-registered investment advisory firm, with six branch offices, and branch directors in 10 cities nationwide. Headquartered in Middleburg, Virginia, the firm was co-founded by Sirianni and Eric Nettere, founding partner in December 2010.
“I believe my expertise in global economics in Asian and emerging markets will prove valuable to the Washington Wealth Management advisors,” said Dietrich. “In addition, we are preparing to take advantage of our location near Washington, DC to develop some proprietary, politically- based economic research with practical applications. We believe this will be an important resource for our advisors and clients about the markets in general, and particularly in an election year.”
Dietrich founded Foxhall Capital Management, an asset manager with private investors, mutual funds and larger private institutional clients nationwide. Previously, he founded Meridian Emerging Markets, Ltd., a leading provider of emerging markets company financial information. An international corporate attorney, he was formerly associated with two Washington, DC law firms, advising on privatization and economic development issues to the World Bank, as well as several governments in Asia and the former Soviet Union.
With a background as publisher and editor in chief of Saturday Review and television producer for CBS and Public Broadcasting, Dietrich has also been a frequent contributor to the editorial pages of the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the London Times, the International Herald Tribune, the Singapore Times and the South China Morning Post.
Dietrich is the author of Global Active Investing: How to Make Money in Both Bull & Bear Markets, 2011 and editor of the award-winning book, A Guide to American Foreign Policy. In addition to his duties with Washington Wealth Management, he remains the chief investment officer of Foxhall Capital.
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