Wes is the Managing Partner of Stormfield Capital, LLC. Throughout his career, Wes has made both debt and equity real estate investments across commercial asset classes. Prior to forming Stormfield Capital, Wes was a Vice President with Greenwich Associates, a boutique management consultancy focused exclusively on the financial services industry. With Greenwich Associates, he advised senior leadership at leading commercial banks on subjects ranging from rebalancing CRE loan portfolios to optimizing treasury services revenues. Wes began his career as a Corporate Development Analyst with global diversified manufacturer Illinois Tool Works (NYSE-ITW), where he advised operating business units on strategic partnership and M&A growth opportunities. Wes received a B.S. from Fairfield University and an M.B.A from Binghamton University
Tim is a Partner of Stormfield Capital, LLC. Prior to working with Stormfield Capital, Tim was a Senior Investment Strategist with Gapstow Capital Partners, a $1 billion hedge fund-of-funds. With Gapstow Tim was co-portfolio manager to Gapstow’s multi-strategy credit portfolios. Prior to joining Gapstow, Tim was a Principal at Barclays Global Investors, where he was responsible for the management of a $400 million hedge fund-of-funds portfolio. Previously, he had been a Partner at Rocaton Investment Advisors, where he co-led the firm’s alternative research department, which designed and advised on over $15 billion of institutional alternative asset portfolios. He began his finance career at the Northern Trust Company after serving as a Merchant Marine Officer and Lieutenant in the United States Navy, Reserve. Tim holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation, a B.S. in Nautical Science from Maine Maritime Academy, and an M.B.A. from the University of Connecticut.
Kyle is an Associate with Stormfield Capital, LLC. He joined the firm in early 2017 after interning during the summer of 2016. Kyle assists with both new loan origination and portfolio management. Kyle earned a B.S. in Economics from the University of Connecticut.