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The Motley Fool 100 ETF Management Team
Bryan C. Hinmon, CFA
Chief Investment Officer
Bryan Hinmon is the Chief Investment Officer and Senior Portfolio Manager at Motley Fool Asset Management, having served in the CIO capacity since 2017. As CIO, Mr. Hinmon is responsible for leading the investment team, maintaining the firm’s investment philosophy, and managing client assets.
Mr. Hinmon joined Motley Fool Asset Management in 2014 as Director of Research, responsible for leading the investment team process of sharing research and choosing which companies to invest in. Previously, Mr. Hinmon worked for the sister company of the Advisor, The Motley Fool, LLC, for more than four years. He helped manage internal capital for Motley Fool Pro, a service whose strategy embraces long/short equities and options. Mr. Hinmon also served as a senior analyst on Motley Fool Options for more than four years and led the company’s Analyst Development Program for two years.
Tony Arsta is a Portfolio Manager at Motley Fool Asset Management, having served in that role since 2009. Mr. Arsta complements his value-investing focus with applications of statistical analysis and investor psychology.
After joining The Motley Fool in 2008, he contributed his writing and analysis to Motley Fool Million Dollar Portfolio, as well as several other Foolish newsletter services. Mr. Arsta earned his M.B.A. with distinction from DePaul University, with a concentration in finance, and also holds a B.S. in computer science from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.