NEW YORK – Guggenheim Securities, the investment banking and capital markets division of Guggenheim Partners, announced today that Jon Huerta will join the firm as a Senior Managing Director in the Industrials investment banking group. Mr. Huerta will focus on the aerospace, defense, and government services sectors and commence work at Guggenheim in March.
“We are pleased to welcome Jon to Guggenheim,” said Mark Van Lith, Co-CEO and Head of Investment Banking at Guggenheim Securities. “Jon leads with ideas, in particular with respect to technology-induced changes across the aerospace, defense, and government services sectors. Jon is a trusted advisor to his clients and is dedicated to creating long-term relationships. His presence will have an immediate impact on our industrials franchise.”
Mr. Huerta joins Guggenheim from RBC Capital Markets, where he most recently served as a Managing Director and Head of the Aerospace, Defense, and Government Services investment banking group. Prior to joining RBC, Mr. Huerta spent nine years covering the aerospace and defense sectors at Bank of America and Bear Stearns.
Mr. Huerta received his BA from Colby College and his MBA from the Stern School of Business. He will be based in Guggenheim’s New York office.
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1Assets under management as of 12.31.2016 and include consulting services for clients whose assets are valued at approximately $63 bn.