Concorde Holdings Hires Advisory Program Coordinator and Equity Trade Desk Coordinator


Livonia-based private financial private firm Concorde Holdings recently announced that Alex Siller will serve as Concorde’s advisory program coordinator, while Greg Johnson will serve as the company’s equity trade desk coordinator. Jason Kavanaugh, Concorde Holdings president and CEO made the announcement.

“As we focus on encompassing a high touch, high tech and hybrid model to ensure that we can continuously provide unmatched financial services to our clients, it is critical that the management team we put in place is committed to supporting that philosophy,” says Kavanaugh. “Alex and Greg’s vast industry knowledge and leadership skills make them the perfect additions to our team and we are proud to welcome them.”

As advisory program coordinator, Siller will support Concorde’s advisors with financial planning strategies and investment advisory through Concorde Asset Management. Prior to joining Concorde, Siller was a financial consultant for a multi-family office where he was responsible for analyzing clients’ risk exposures and constructing portfolios based on the individual goals of each client. He graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in economics and holds a series 7, series 66, life, health, long-term care, property and casualty, and variable contracts licenses.

Johnson will be responsible for executing all trades and transactions and assisting the brokerage division of its financial advisors and clients. Previously, Johnson held a 13-year career in the NHL as a professional hockey player with Detroit, Pittsburgh, Chicago, and Nashville and had the opportunity to represent Canada and win a silver medal in the 1994 Winter Olympics that took place in Norway. After retiring as a professional athlete, Greg pursued finance, markets, and trading. With a degree in business administration specializing in finance and a minor in mathematics from the University of North Dakota, he holds a Series 7 license.

Greg Johnson