Tim Itin is a Principal at Northside Capital Management, having joined the firm in 2013 in Denver, Colorado. He works on portfolio and business strategy and is a member of the firm’s Investment Review Committee.
For the prior fourteen years, Mr. Itin was a Managing Director and original Partner at Thomas Weisel Partners (1999-2013) which was acquired by Stifel Financial in 2010. Mr. Itin’s responsibilities included equity research coverage of many of the largest domestic money managers, including mutual funds, hedge funds, banks, endowments and foundations.
From 1990 to 1999, Mr. Itin held various positions within the institutional equity business at Volpe Brown Whelan (Head of Equity Coverage Trading and a member of the Sales & Trading Management Committee) and at Jensen Securities with similar responsibilities. He started his career in 1983 as an equity coverage trader at Montgomery Securities, a growth-focused, full-service investment bank based in San Francisco, and eventually moved into Montgomery’s merger arbitrage affiliate, Laurel Arbitrage Partners, where he was the fund’s head trader.
Mr. Itin served on the Board of Trustees of Ski Club Vail from 2010-2014 and previously was a Board Member of the Sugar Bowl Ski Team Foundation from 2001-2007. He grew up in Michigan and New England, earning his B.A. in Economics at Dartmouth College in 1981. Mr. Itin is a holder of the Chartered Financial Analyst designation (CFA).