Thomas S. Hull

THOMAS S. HULL, Chief Investment Officer, is one of Lowry Hill’s
founding Principals. He joined Wells Fargo (then known as Norwest) in
1983 as a portfolio manager in the Capital Management Group and assisted
in the 1986 structuring and launch of Lowry Hill (formerly Norwest
Capital Advisers). In addition to managing portfolios, Mr. Hull is
responsible for research and stock selection in the finance sector. In
1988, he created Lowry Hill’s Small Cap equity product and continues to
work as a member of the Small Cap team. In 1999, he co-developed the
Lowry Hill Real Estate Investment Trust product. Before joining Wells
Fargo, Mr. Hull was the Senior Investment Officer at National City Bank
in Minneapolis, where he managed the common trust funds and trust
portfolios from 1980 to 1983. He served as assistant treasurer at US
Bancorp (formerly First Bank System) from 1978 to 1980, where he both
developed financial tools and analytics for the parent company and
managed various investor relations functions. From 1972 to 1977, before
starting business school, Mr. Hull worked in the trust department at the
First National Bank of Minneapolis. His initial responsibilities
included trust administration in the employee benefit area and research
work on closely-held companies. During his later years, Mr. Hull managed
trust portfolios in both the employee benefit area and the personal
trust area. Mr. Hull earned an MBA degree with a major in Finance from
the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1978. He earned
his Chartered financial Analyst designation in 1985 and has been an
active member of the Twin Cities Society of Security Analysts. He
completed his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania
in 1970 with a major in political science. Mr. Hull and his wife have
two children and live in Wayzata, Minnesota. He is actively involved in
the community, having served as a trustee of the Wayzata Community
Church, an advisory board member for the University of Minnesota, and as
a hockey coach for the Wayzata Youth Hockey Association.

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