Jack Swift

As a Partner and President of Crestone Capital, Jack leads the day-to-day strategic management of the firm. In addition to being responsible for the firm’s growth, team, and culture, Jack oversees Crestone’s Client Advisory group. In this role, he serves as a trusted advisor to entrepreneurs and executives by developing long-lasting relationships that help him provide the best solutions to meet clients’ financial and personal objectives. Jack also serves on Crestone’s Executive and Investment Committees.

As an industry veteran, Jack spent two decades prior to Crestone as an executive and entrepreneur focused on founding, investing in and building asset management companies operating in both public and private capital markets around the world.

After a nearly 10 year stint as an executive with Janus Capital Group, in 2007 Jack co-founded the private equity firm Northern Lights Capital Group, which merged with the Treasury Group in 2014 to form Pacific Current Group, currently publicly traded on the Australian Stock Exchange. At the time of its listing, Pacific Current Group was a holding company with over 19 underlying asset management companies on four continents with investments in equities, credit and infrastructure.

Prior to his business career, Jack served as a US Army Airborne Ranger and holds a Bachelor of Science in engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point. Jack completed the Marketing and Investment Management Program at The Wharton School and holds multiple securities licenses.

Jack currently serves on the boards of the Boulder Economic Council, Paradox Sports and the Emeritus Board for Denver Urban Scholars. He is a member of YPO, the world’s largest global network of business leaders. Jack races bikes for the Full Cycle Team in Boulder.

What made you decide to pursue a career in wealth management?
The opportunity to work with smart people in an ever evolving global marketplace.
What do you most enjoy about wealth management?
The ability to work with really interesting entrepreneurs.
What is the most influential book you have ever read?
It' s a tie between Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance and Good to Great.