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Demetrios Mallios is the Founder and Manager of the Aeon Funds. He has had a diverse career over the past 20 years as a corporate consultant, financial advisor, investment banker, executive and entrepreneur. Mr. Mallios has led and participated in transactions including PIPEs, IPOs, Reverse Mergers, M&A transactions, and other private and public offerings in the US and abroad.
Previously, he was the Branch Manager of the NY office of Paulson Investment Co. Prior to Paulson, he was the Head of Investment Banking at John Thomas Financial (JTF), the President of JTF Private Wealth Management and Manager of the JTF Multi Opportunity Fund(s). Prior to JTF, Mr. Mallios was with Huading Capital, where he held positions such as Head of Finance & Acquisitions of Blossom Management International, representing private equity funds in the US, Hong Kong, and China, and COO of Ashir Group, headquartered in Beijing, which focused on Chinese small and medium sized enterprises. Prior to Ashir, he was a partner with White Stable Ventures LLC, a San Francisco based private equity firm focused on emerging growth companies. Prior to joining White Stable, Demetrios Mallios was CEO of Xnergy Financial Corporation, a Los Angeles based boutique investment bank specializing in small and micro-cap companies.
Prior to graduating to investment banking, Mr. Mallios spent many years as a financial advisor and portfolio manager with such firms as Lehman Brothers, Bank of America and UBS where he managed private, corporate and high-net worth individual client assets. Mr. Mallios studied Architecture and Design at Pratt Institute and Business Management at Brookdale College. He currently holds FINRA Series 24, Series 7, Series 79, Series 63, and Series 65 licenses.
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