E.J. Reinoso is the Founding Partner and Chief Executive Officer of Castleton Partners. He began his career in the investment industry at Lehman Brothers in 1969.
Mr. Reinoso joined Bear Stearns in 1972 and became a Limited Partner, with responsibilities including Institutional Sales Management. In 1979 he joined L.F. Rothschild, where he was a Managing Director, responsible for the development of Institutional Sales through 1985. In 1986, he founded Reinoso & Company Incorporated, an originator and distributor of municipal securities, co-managing offerings totaling over $65 billion and senior managing 12 with a total value exceeding $1.6 billion. He started the affiliated Reinoso Asset Management in 1991.
Mr. Reinoso was elected to the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, the self-regulatory body of the Securities and Exchange Commission, on which he served until 1996. In 1998, he refocused Reinoso & Company’s resources to managing the bond portfolios of a sophisticated cross section of private clients, including many Wall Street veterans. In 2005, the firm’s name was changed to Castleton Partners.
Mr. Reinoso earned his B.S. from Temple University.