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KippsDeSanto Realigns Executive Team with Promotions of Misantone, Schmidt, Dowling, Roy & Hussey

kippsKippsDeSanto & Co. has moved to realign its leadership team by promoting five executives.

Michael Misantone and Karl Schmidt have been appointed as managing directors, Robert Dowling as vice president, Angelica Roy as operations manager and Ann Hussey as marketing manager, KippsDeSanto said Tuesday.

“These promotions are well-deserved and recognize the leadership that Michael, Karl, Robert, Angelica and Ann provide to our company and our clients, ” said Bob Kipps, managing director.kipps_bob

Misantone previously worked with the aerospace and defense and merger and acquisition teams of Wachovia Securities, Jefferies and Credit Suisse before joining KippsDeSanto in 2008.

Schmidt served as a senior vice president of Houlihan Lokey based in Washington, D.C., prior to joining KippsDeSanto in 2011 where he leads the company’s aerospace and defense business along with Misantone.

Dowling joined KippsDeSanto in 2007 after serving as an associate with KPMG LLP and working with KPMG’s Structured Finance group.

Roy, who joined KippsDeSanto in 2011, will lead KippsDeSanto’s personnel and support services, information technology services, vendor relations and event coordination.

Hussey will oversee the development and maintenance of marketing activities such as research, strategic planning, public relations and business development.

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