Salvatore A. Tiano
Salvatore A. Tiano has been managing money for individuals, corporations, and non-profit organizations since 1989. After beginning his career at Drexel Burnham, Sal joined Bear Stearns (now JPMorgan Securities) in January 1991 and was named one of the youngest Senior Managing Directors in the firm's history in 1994. A graduate of Dartmouth College, he is currently a Managing Director at JP Morgan Securities, and is recognized as one of the top investment advisors in the country by Barron’s magazine. Mr. Tiano is the co-head agent of the Dartmouth Class of '88 and spearheaded an effort that set two records for money raised for ten year and fifteen year reunions. Mr. Tiano is also trustee and founder of the Jimmy Martello Foundation, a charitable foundation set up in memory of a close personal friend who died in the World Trade Center tragedy. He is also a member of the board of directors for the Palm Beach Pops and the Planned Giving Council for the Place of Hope. Sal lives in Jupiter, FL with his wife Kim and their four children. He is very active coaching youth baseball, and he enjoys playing golf.