Jonathan Leonard joined Crow Holdings Capital as a Director in 2019. His responsibilities include strategic initiatives and business development, focusing primarily on high net worth platforms such as wirehouses, independent broker/dealers, RIAs and digital platforms.
Prior to joining CHC, Jonathan spent 10 years at Morgan Stanley, first in Capital Markets as a fixed income specialist and later distributing direct private closed-end funds (Real Estate, PE, Infrastructure, Private Credit) in the MS Wealth Management network. Prior to Morgan Stanley, Jonathan spent six years at Citigroup Asset Management/Legg Mason Global Asset Management where he managed a team responsible for distributing alternative investments and liquid mutual funds to various retail platforms.
Jonathan received a B.A. in Economics from The University of Connecticut.
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