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Bell Partners discloses shareholder transition to strengthen ownership structure
Investors - JANUARY 15, 2020

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Bell Partners discloses shareholder transition to strengthen ownership structure

by Andrea Zander

Bell Partners has announced a change in its shareholder structure, effective immediately.

Steve Bell, Bell Partners founder and chairman, who has personally held a majority stake in the company since its founding in 1976, has transitioned a minority portion of his shares to select executive officers of the company, including Lili Dunn (president), Nickolay Bochilo (executive vice president of investments) and Joe Cannon (executive vice president investment management). Additionally, Bell has transitioned a small portion of shares to Jon Bell (CEO) and E. Durant Bell (executive vice president of HNW Relations and business development), who were both minority shareholders before the transition and have been at the company 18 and 13 years, respectively. The Bell family will remain the combined majority owners of the company.

“Since founding Bell Partners over four decades ago, we have remained committed to our core values, including ‘prepare for the future today,’

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