Oxford Financial Group, Ltd. Names Marcos Noguès as Chief Investment Officer & Oxford Investment Fellow

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – June 11, 2018 – Oxford Financial Group, Ltd., an Indianapolis-based multi-family office and a top Registered Investment Advisor serving families and institutional clients, is pleased to announce that Marcos Noguès has joined the firm as Chief Investment Officer and Oxford Investment Fellow. Mr. Noguès brings to the role more than 20 years of wealth management leadership experience.

In the role, Mr. Noguès will assume leadership of the firm’s investment management team and will be responsible for developing the firm’s long-term vision, policy and strategy for Oxford’s investment services practice.

Oxford partnered with Judson Group, an executive search firm based in Grand Rapids, Michigan in the search for the Chief Investment Officer position. “It was a pleasure working with the Oxford team to conduct a comprehensive search to fill a critical role.” said Hunter Judson, Jr., Wealth Management Practice Director of Judson Group. “Marcos stood out as an excellent fit for an organization that shares his client-first vision.”

Prior to joining Oxford, Mr. Noguès had been serving as Managing Director of Investments at Mirador Family Wealth Advisors, the family-office division of Fifth Third Bank. In that role he led an investment team focusing on the needs of families with net worth greater than $50 million. The team was responsible for the development, oversight and communication of all investment activities. Before Mirador, Marcos built and managed Bank of America’s institutional investment strategy and solutions team, the outsourced CIO business for the firm. Additionally, he led asset allocation teams for LaSalle Bank and U.S. Trust. Mr. Noguès received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Maryland, College Park. He received his Master of Science degree in Finance from Universidad del CEMA in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He went on to complete his MBA at the University of Chicago.

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