Our Story

"We founded our firm by bringing together years of past institutional asset management, private equity investment, and business ownership experience, combined with our entrepreneurial and independent vision. We believe our clients need advisers who understand and have first-hand experienced what it takes to build businesses, manage risks, grow wealth, and protect financial legacy." Learn more...

Insights and Updates


A review of charts provided by Redmount Capital's co-managing partners Armen Grigorian and Curtis Hollowell provide insights for building our assumptions for strategic decisions, deploying capital, and providing guidance to clients. Read Here

A quarterly publication from the desk of Chief Investment Officer of Redmount Capital Partners Vincent Catalano CFA serves as guidance to help identify what is actually occurring in the market and how it may affect our client investment outcomes.  Read Here

Sectors & Styles. A New Approach to Outperforming the Market was published by Wiley Publishing in 2016 and was authored by our Chief Investment Officer Vincent Catalano, CFA for institutional and individual investors alike. Buy the Book Here

In the Media

1-10-2019. Redmount Capital Partners' chief investment strategist Vincent Catalano tells Reuters' Fred Katayama the charts show it's not time to buy equities yet unless you're a long-term selective investor. Watch here

Our Chief Investment Officer Vincent Catalano CFA discussing Fed bank reserves policy on Bloomberg Markets with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. More here

Our Chief Investment Officer, Vincent Catalano, CFA, discussing PE role in portfolios that contain publicly-traded companies on Bloomberg Markets with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. More here


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Our Managing Partner Armen Grigorian, delivers a keynote speech at the Family Office Forum of Boston Club in New Orleans.

Our Chief Investment Officer Vincent Catalano, CFA moderated panel discussion of IMN Global Indexing & ETFs Conference in Monarch Beach Resort, Dana Point. Read here