Van R. Hoisington
Hoisington Investment Management
Van Hoisington is the President and Chief Investment Officer of Hoisington Investment Management Company, a firm with nearly $6 billion in fixed income assets under management for insurance companies, endowments, pension plans, and charitable organizations. The firm also manages the Wasatch-Hoisington U.S. Treasury Fund. Van started Hoisington Investment Management Company in 1980 after serving as Executive Vice President at Texas Commerce Bancshares in Houston. Previously, he was an economist with the United California Bank in Los Angeles. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Kansas in 1962 and his master's degree in business from Fort Hays Kansas University in 1970. Van has been a guest speaker at the CFA Institute’s Annual and Fixed Income Conferences and is published in the CFA Institute Conference Proceedings Quarterly. He was featured in the August 7, 2010 edition of the Wall Street Journal, where it was noted that the firm had outperformed the bond and stock market indices for the past twenty years. He was also highlighted in the December 2011, July 2005 and April 2000 issues of Barron’s as an outstanding bond and mutual fund manager, and recognized in the July 2007 and September 2004 issues of Forbes. He has been recognized in various other publications including Institutional Investor, Smart Money, the New York Post, Pensions & Investments, and Fortune magazine, as well as the online publications CNNMoney.com and Forbes.com. He appeared as a special guest on Louis Rukeyser’s Wall Street Week.
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