Press Release

  • Chiron

May 14, 2018, 10:48 a.m.

Chiron Strengthens Investment Team with Addition of Fundamental Portfolio Manager 

Scott Sullivan expands the firm’s investment capabilities and supports growing client demand for its quantamental approach

LEAWOOD, Kan., May 14, 2018 – Chiron Investment Management LLC (“Chiron”), a global multi-asset investment boutique, today announced the appointment of Scott Sullivan as an Associate Portfolio Manager, effective immediately. 

Sullivan joins the firm’s investment division, where he will focus on fundamental security selection and portfolio implementation. He will join Brian Cho, portfolio manager and head of quantitative research, Grant Sarris, portfolio manager and head of fundamental research and Ryan Caldwell, co-founder and chief investment officer, and will work across the full suite of investment products, which include the flagship Chiron Capital Allocation Fund (CCAPX), the Chiron Global Opportunities Fund, Chiron’s UCITS offering, and the Chiron SMid Opportunities Fund (CSMOX). 

“Scott brings to Chiron a unique understanding of our quantamental process and portfolio management experience in both the global multi-asset and small-cap equity strategies,” said Ryan Caldwell, co-founder and chief investment officer of Chiron. “Prior to founding Chiron, I had the privilege of working with Scott for more than seven years. He’s a natural fit with our unique culture which combines quantitative techniques and fundamental analysis into one fluid investment process.  Scott will bring more of that balanced investment expertise to bear within our capacity constrained strategies.”

Most recently, Sullivan worked as a portfolio manager for Ivy Investments/Waddell & Reed for 11 years, where he gained experience with both global multi-asset and small cap equity portfolios. He earned his M.B.A. in Applied Security Analysis from the Wisconsin School of Business and his B.S. in Economics and Political Science from Tufts University.

Chiron was launched in 2015 and has grown to more than $2.7 billion in assets under management, making it one of the fastest growing independent mutual fund providers.


About Chiron Investment Management, LLC

Chiron Investment Management is a boutique investment management firm, founded in 2015 by CIO Ryan Caldwell, and CEO Enrico Gaglioti. Chiron has an experienced management and advisory team that includes Chairman Marc Spilker and Vice Chairman Scott Prince. In aggregate, the leadership has over 175 years of financial services experience with time-tested track records and success as investors, risk managers and business builders. Our investment process is an actively managed framework that allows us to quantify fundamental factors, systematize our approach, and apply judgment to asset allocation and security selection. Chiron Investment Management is dually headquartered in New York and Kansas City. For more information, please visit

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